Weird Obsession

South Africa
June 9, 2007 2:14pm CST
Have you ever just seen or met or come in to contact with someone, and they ROCK your world? The sight of them suddenly causes you to become all weird, all jellylike, just a pic, the mention of their name, perhaps.You feel everything in your life is suddenly worth nothing, you just want and need to be with them, but its hopeless.
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• United States
19 Oct 07
Yes, it happens every time I see my favorite blogger. I become confused. My thoughts go elsewhere. But it's hard to say. There's a lot I'd like to say but shouldn't. It is hopeless.
• South Africa
19 Oct 07
Thanks for your response here,RoaringRow...I wonder what it is, exactly,that makes such strange feelings occur in us...is it simply a desire to get to know that 'certain someone' better? Or is it something deeper,like a soul yearning? I see you mention a favourite blogger.How amazing that you have a special someone online, not many bloggers have a good and special someone that they can relate to.
• United States
21 Oct 07
I believe that the feeling comes from infatuation. Reading the heartfelt words and passion of the writer. It's moving, inspiring, and attractive. You also see a glimpse of the writer's personality, not just in their posts, but in their comments to others. Their warm and sincerity. You're drawn to them. I believe that wants you to get to know them better. My favorite blogger has these traits.
@DIDDYDEE (73)
9 Jun 07
sad to say, yes that is the way i feel about my husband 22 years down the line.
• South Africa
9 Jun 07
Thanks for sharing.... I beg you to tell me more.Dont feel embarrassed, I feel like that about my husb of six years.He just does not rock my little world anymore.Have you a little secret to share about someone who makes you just crazy in love??
@terrych (1227)
• United States
29 Sep 07
Yes, and I felt that sensation before, all you want is just be with that person, be around, know more about them...
@cblackink (969)
• United States
26 Sep 07
It's called infatuation, dear.