My entire life I always felt like I was simply waiting for something to happen. And you know how when you get that anticipatory feeling, that antsy sensation, you know you have to go do something, if only to make the time go by faster. My entire life, I've felt the need to DO something because I always felt like I was just waiting for the best part to hit. I'm nineteen, living with friends, and stretched so thin I can feel myself fraying. I am by nature an over analyzer, and I tend to focus far too deeply on the details and forget about remembering and considering the whole picture. My boyfriend on the other hand, is able to maintain focus, but sometimes loses sight on the finer details. We complete each other, and what we don't have in common we assist the other. His strong points are my weak points at times, and it creates a sense of balance and symmetry. Perhaps reading too much into things simply creates an atmosphere for discontent. I don't want to sit here and be angry, but when the one that is supposed to be your partner leaves when they are angry without ever letting you in the slightest bit, it makes you a lot less willing to climb their emotional walls... especially if they are making no effort to even come close to climbing yours. I'm rambling. I just needed somewhere to type things out.