Someone once said, ~It's scary to find someone that makes you happy. You start giving them all of your attention because they're what makes you forget everything bad that's going on in your life. They're the first person you want to talk to in the morning and the last one before before you sleep just so you can start and end your day with a smile. It all sounds great to have that someone, but its scary to think about how easily they could just leave and take that happiness away too when they go.~ If you think about it, we all want to experience that innate sense of belonging in regards to matters of the heart. For it's most definitely a comforting and at the same time scary situation indeed to know that type of true happiness is out there to the point where you can't help but smile. As I said before, we all want to experience that innate sense of belonging in regards to matters of the heart. Thinking about it further, it's a place within one's heart not too many individuals have the fortunate opportunity to not only think and feel they absolutely belong when it comes to love/true love, but know as well. Why? What it comes down to is allowing yourself to become fully vulnerable/exposed and opening up to a guy/girl who you're deathly afraid of hurting you, in a good way of course. You have to face what you're most afraid of when you're potentially standing in front of someone special....sharing your feelings. Essentially, it gives a person the chance to tap into a place you never really get a chance to express verbally, especially if you're a guy. Without a doubt, the emotional and mental turmoil one goes through during their time of painful sadness can certainly be tortuous. True, it takes time to break on through to the other side of a broken heart in order to fully heal, as well as feel once again. Hey, it's a sad and oftentimes frustrating state of affairs when you find yourself completely far away from where you think/want to/know you belong concerning being in a long lasting, worthwhile relationship. Granted, there will be bumps and not to mention setbacks involving relationship road that will be considered obstacles hindering your journey back to having a permanent rather than a temporary smile with a guy/girl who you are truly deserving of and vice versa. Let me ask this question to those who are living the single life and/or are in the dating scene, how many of you are in a possibly potential relationship leading you to feel as if you're not an emotional nomad anymore traveling, so to speak, every which way but to the one place you so want to be at. I think it's safe to say there are a certain number of people who so want to stop themselves from making a costly mistake by walking away from a dream come true. You see, it's the unfortunate utter heartbreaks experienced in the past have brought tears of sadness but it's one's present tears being shed are in large part to the joy of feeling like you're no longer banished or should I say exiled from within your own heart.
In retrospect, to have someone in your life who will never leave sticking with you no matter what gives you a sense of home. A home where there is never the fear of him/her leaving you, which is far from your mind because you're focusing more on the positives than the negatives. Let me tell you something, if you're in a significant relationship where he/she has helped make you forget every bad thing that has happened or is happening around/near/to you then kudos my friend. In the end, there comes a point where all the emotional and mental turmoil/sadness/sorrow you've been through will be well worth it so much so you think to yourself while in his/her warm, loving embrace I'm finally somewhere I belong.