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Melancholic
Melancholic: You are melancholic. The element that
you are associated with is earth, and your
endocrine system is dominated by the thyroid.
People look to you for answers, and you have an
analytical way of looking at things. You are at
your best when you are feeling creative, and
you tend to withdraw when sad. If you are
feeling unwell, you should probably eat fewer
carbs and more protein. You probably sleep very
erratically, anywhere from 5-10 hours a night.
You probably tend to snack, and eat a lot of
vegetables and pasta. You are most attracted to
people with a sanguine temperament. Jungians
call you a Sensory Extrovert. You comprehend in
the mode of "I Know", and your mode
of being is Feeling.


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I did it. I'm going to still try to talk with her in person but this afternoon I sent her an e-mail. I admit some things that are wrong with this such as how unromantic it is how well it didn't work in my favor in the past (Although they could have been coincidence.) You also don't need to remind me of what happened when I sent such a message to my first love. I have a fallback position this time. She goes to the same school I do not one eight hours away.

I'm relieved I finally got it off my chest but I still worry about her reaction. I'd like to be able to quote Sheryl Crow and say "I've gotten used to Crash and Burn" but I can't. Does anyone really?

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