type: crushes

I can't be the only one

have you ever looked at that person you had a crush on and you don’t feel anything anymore, but it’s kind of like a break up? Like, you see them and you just realize that there’s nothing there for you anymore, even though you’ll love them forever, but it just won’t work out? Despite the fact that you never even dated? (😂) I can’t be the only person who has someone like that.

elijah-beth  asked:

Does "itaat" mean "is this an autism thing"? Also is it an autism thing to have like? Really big feelings/emotions and not know how to deal with them? Or have a hard time telling between platonic and nonplatonic feelings? I keep developing these intense crushes on people if they show a smidgen of decency or thoughtfulness towards me and I don't always know what to do with all of these emotions. There's too many of them hahaha

Yep to all of the above. itaat means is this an autism/autistic thing. Autistic people tend to experience emotions very intensely which can be very hard to deal with. Further, we often have difficulty distinguishing emotions, often due to alexithymia (the difficulty or inability to identify and express emotions).


anonymous033  asked:

One time per YEAR???

I mean, I haven’t really kept a record of my crushes/squishes/whatever-feelings… but yeah, about once a year for the last few years (including celebrity “crushes”):D why, is that unusual? How often do you get crushes/squishes/whatever? (This goes out to all of you, btw, which is why I’m replying publicly^^ how often do you get crushes?)

anonymous asked:

100 ways to say I love you?

1. “Everything is gonna be okay”

2. “We can go outside if your having anxiety”

3. “i’m here if you need to talk”

4. “your really something aren’t you”

5. “I like you just the way you are”

6. “i worry about you”

7. “your my favorite”

8. “I believe in you”

9. “your important to me”

10. “i care”

11. “I was just thinking about you”

12. “i noticed

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