I'm Alex. I love nature, questioning things, and discussing deep ideas. I am really friendly and love when people talk to me.
I so can’t pick one…so I’ll break it down by some of my favorite food cultures:
And when I’m at home? My favorite food in the winter is probably soup…I make big soups and they’re never the same twice, they’re very varied but tend to be very spicy and have lots of different ingredients. In summer I make “alex salads” which are big salads containing no lettuce…they are, again, very unique. Today I had a big one with squid, octopus, lime, dill, olive oil, tomato, pepper, and onion.
Sorry if this doesn’t really answer your question!
Not really, I know I’m not strong like them. They have their problems and can deal with them without needing help at all. Me on the other hand always needs someone there to help me through it, I can’t deal with things on my own, I’m nothing like my family
Thanks for your answer! I can relate to this a lot, actually. Often my family seemed like they’d just deal with things on their own, whereas I always really wanted other people to help me, whenever I faced some sort of trouble or problem or stress or pain.
I don’t think that it means you are any less strong, just because you want someone to be there with you through hard times, helping you through it. Maybe you’re just someone who values connecting with people more?
I know, when I’m facing difficult times my first instinct is always to get help from people, try to connect with people, get someone to listen, to understand, to help. Connecting with people can be its own type of strength. Just because someone handles things on their own more, doesn’t mean they’re stronger. Sometimes people just don’t show their struggles. And different people handle things differently!