I asked for my stuff to go, he paid the check, and as I was driving as fast as I could to get outta there he texted me saying "don't worry, I'll never talk to you again." He made me feel like I had just broken his heart because I didn't fall instantly in love with him after knowing him for less than a day.
I can't tell if it's a good or bad thing, it has certainly been used in a variety of contexts regards to myself but I've yet to crack its actually meaning.
I know three or four people I'd catagorise as 'intense' but I don't know that I would be attracted to them.
A strong personality is an asset and having opinions/being assertive is also positive but those I think of when I think of 'intense' are people with whom I can barely have a discussion sometimes because they shut down my opinion (if it disagrees with theirs) before I've even said it. Could it also be used for a male who moves too fast?
People get together at their common level of woundedness -- i.e., their common level of self-abandonment. If this person cannot feel pain for your pain and joy for your joy, you will end up feeling very lonely in the relationship. Sometimes there are extenuating circumstances that prevent a parent from seeing their children, or a parent might come to the painful realization that it is not in the child's best interest to be involved with them.Sometimes it works with flying colors, but other times it gets me a slap The last female "friend" I had months back, I was making out with her and about to have intercourse with her only to have her push me off last minute and say "I don't even know how you got me into bed and my clothes are off, you're intense".We were both sober btw, so its not like we were drunk. Could it also be used for a male who moves too fast?A lot of people I meet are really passive, non- aggressive, the females seem to be really laid back, cautious and afraid of any sort of intensity.. Often people would throw phrases like "he is too much" what does that mean, too much "of what" exactly? Maybe it is the girls who should stop being so laid back and lazy, and step up their intensity to match the guys.. What does intensity mean to you and how do you deal with it?I thought this thread was suppose to be in the ask a girl section. I will try to answer your question since women aren't on the internet at this hour. Sounds scary to me though, I have my running shoes on just in case I run into one.