Being buoyant

I am one of those people who cannot stay low for long. I’m not a perky or excessively cheery person, those who know me may laugh at such a description even pretending to be applied to me. I am not on the face of it an optimist, but I think that secretly I might be. Because I absolutely cannot stay in a low state of being for a very long amount of time. Sure, I can do it for a week if really justified by the causal event, but mostly I end up pulling myself out of a slump and bouncing back up again. I am buoyant  able to keep myself afloat in the choppiest of seas. This is both a blessing and a curse; good because it makes you extremely independent, bad because people tend to think you don’t need them and get along just fine yourself.

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