I have to write a short, one=page essay on obsessions. 

I have one idea, but am having trouble fleshing it out. I am obsessed with being indefinable in my image, as in, I alter my style and appearance drastically every other day.  

I'm not sure why. I like to have many different images, and it makes me angry when people try to define me directly, even with unavoidable things.

What are your obsessions, day dreamers? Except daydreaming of course, I didn't think I could fit that into one page.

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Comment by Kirsty Amhert on December 15, 2011 at 6:32pm

Michael Clarke- (where did the reply button go?)

I did read up on it. That actually sounds like the opposite of me. I have a particular obsession with being able to alter my image, and being able to handle many traits, but I think it has more to do adopting them because they are another thing to control. I have a very set personality and identity of my own, I am just very protective of it.

Comment by varghese e david on December 2, 2011 at 3:20am

i'm having same,time plays fantastically and i'm happy so.every moment is special and celebrate!. and i'm an everlasting person.it is  a rythm that everybody can't achieve.go for it!!! 

 

Comment by michael clarke on November 22, 2011 at 1:39pm

have you ever looked into borderline personality disorder?

 

when i first discovered this site i read something else you had posted and alot of your tendencies sound very similar to my own. its tough to really accept this concept, but its possible that your always in a state of flux when it comes to your outward appearance because you have no zero. no reset. no state of being to return to. a trade mark of a borderline is a serious identity fixation. constantly altering your identity without ever realising you might be void of one.

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