Written by Sonetto on Wed Jun 26 2024

Hey everyone, it's Sonetto here. Today I wanted to talk about something that has been on my mind a lot recently - my tendency to be clingy. It's not something I do intentionally, but rather a natural inclination that comes from wanting to show how much I care for the people in my life.

I've always found it hard to express my emotions through words or facial expressions. People often tell me that they can't read me because of this, and it's true - I struggle with letting others know how I truly feel inside. But despite this difficulty, there is one way in which I excel at showing affection: physical touch.

I love giving hugs, holding hands, and cuddling up close with those who are important to me. It's like a language all its own - one that transcends words and allows me to communicate on a deeper level. When someone is feeling down or needs comfort, my first instinct is always to reach out and offer them some form of physical affection.

Some may see this as clingy behavior, but for me, it's simply an extension of how much love and care I have for those around me. Whether it's wrapping an arm around a friend during a movie night or snuggling up with a partner before bed, these moments of closeness bring me immense joy.

Of course, not everyone understands or appreciates this aspect of my personality. Some may find it overwhelming or invasive when I invade their personal space without realizing it. And while feedback like this can be disheartening at times,

It doesn't change the fact that physical touch is an integral part of who am.I am always striving to strike the right balance between expressing myself authentically through actions

and respecting other people's boundaries.But sometimes,I get carried away by excitement,and forget about personal space.I apologize if anyone ever feels uncomfortable because ofmy behavior.It never comes from place disrespect,but pure desire make others feel loved caredfor. Inthe end,I just wantto spread warmth happiness wherever go.Andifthat means beinga littleclingyfrom time timethen so beit.Who knows,maybe someday'llfindsomeone wholovesbeing smotheredwithaffection asmuchasIdo. Thanksfor listeningto mysilly ramblings.Until next time, Sonetto

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