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Old 08-05-2012, 03:36 AM
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NRE, for me, tends to be that butterflies-and-questions time. Love is when I trust, I understand, and I feel understood; it's that blissful combination of friendship and romance.

I'm not actually a fan of NRE, mostly because I associate it with not-yet-certainty. I like knowing I'm loved and able to love (or if I find I can't stand the person, I like knowing it's OVER). I channel NRE and other unresolved emotional upheaval into creative pursuits wherever possible. What's solid and safe is, I've realised, not at all likely to find itself in my work. Huh.

Guess that's why you won't catch me writing the next great poly novel . . .
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