I think every every single one of us is sort of pining away for a sense of connection to someone else. Whether it’s a friendship or you want to fall in love or you just want someone to say to you “you feel that way? Oh I feel that way too, I feel that way all the time.” There is something that happens with your brain and your heart when someone just say “yes, I understand how you feel, I felt that way too.” that’s that sense of connection it’s like “oh, you felt that way too, okay, that makes me feel a little better about having felt that way.” And when it’s comes to connection, I think that reaching out and saying “here’s how I feel, how do you feel about that?” Is a really brave thing go do. Because, whether it’s a friendship or it’s someone you really really have a crush on, or someone you want to be with, someone you wish would want to see all your sights with you and walk all of your steps with you. First of all, it’s brave to want that. And it’s brave to vocalise that you want that and verbalise it. Because, on the one hand, you have this miraculous, incredible chance that that person will look at you and go “yes, I want that too.” Either, “I want to be your friend”, or “yes, I want to be with you, I want to get to know you better, I want all that with you.” But there’s also this devastating, heartbreaking possibility that this person will look at you and say “ I’m sorry , I don’t want that, I don’t want to get to know you better , I don’t want those things with you.” And that’s why I think it’s really brave to put yourself out there and go searching for someone who feels the way you feel because it’s all really , relationships, it’s just delicate, you know.