Emotionally hardcore

A few nights ago I had a long talk with my husband about us and love and relationships and stuff and I came to a conclusion: I am emotionally hardcore! I like and I need to have intense feelings as often as possible in order to be OK. And so many things make sense now! That is why I like surprises, to help people, to listen to people, to hike, to collect things, to own old stuff, to meet new people, to travel, to learn new things! Each of these things give me a high dose of feelings. 😀 Another thing about me is that my memory works in a weird way. I don’t remember people’s faces, I don’t really remember images/sounds/smells/sensations just by thinking of them. I only remember the feelings they gave me! When I think about a book I read I hardly remember any details in the story. What I remember is what it made me feel and so I remember the things that triggered those feelings. (It is the same with movies.) If I re-read the book, I do remember the things in it while I read them. But if I just think about the book, I only remember the feelings. That’s why I suck at talking about books and movies. 😀 Practically, when I think about my past the only memories I have are those connected to strong emotions. Everything else is blurry. 🙂 How cool is it that the first book to ever make me feel stuff was a math book? 😀 What is interesting is that while I cannot remember stories in...