What about epistolary relationships?
There are many original, ambiguous, extra-ordinary relationships in the literal sense of the term.
But today, let’s talk about the epistolary relationship. What should you think about it, should you believe it, can you afford to throw yourself head-on into an almost fictitious relationship?
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There are different types of epistolary relationships.
First of all, those that begin with a letter, evolve with a letter and end (or not) with a letter.
In this kind of case, the person to whom we write is part of our daily lives, but there is no carnal dimension. This kind of relationship can be very pleasant for the morale, it allows to inflate the ego, to gain self-confidence, to feel unique, loved, bewitched and mesmerizing. Waiting for a letter, thinking about the answer, about the evolution of this relationship brings a purpose in itself to a somewhat boring life.
The advantage is that this relationship is based on the personality of each one, the exercise of style, and a form of spirituality, when other relationships will be based only on the physical, the age etc. For these relationships based solely on a literary and spiritual exchange, make no mistake, the risk of being strengthened in this unreal emotional bond is important. You can keep the exchange, use it as a lever to stimulate you to meet people. But don’t stay passive outside of your letters. Keep in mind that this is just something paradoxically impersonal.
Then, the relationships that start with a meeting and continue with letters. (What about epistolary relationships)
These relationships are dangerous because they are based only on a memory, an idea. They hook you up to something that you liked at the time of your life, and over which you want to keep control, even power. These relationships turn out to be harmful, because they enclose you in the illusion of a healthy and sincere relationship, but lock you especially in what you were at the time of the meeting without leaving you the opportunity to evolve properly in this relationship.
Always in this idea of power, in order to remain master, you will let yourself live in what the person has known of you. All the people you will actually meet, physically, and to whom you will dare to open your heart will bring you an image of you that is not the same as that exposed in the epistolary relationship. This can lead you to a deep and inner disagreement, but also to a disagreement between the image you have of yourself through this epistolary relationship and the image that the real and physical person who has just entered your life sends back to you.
Finally, relationships that start with a letter and lead to a meeting. (What about epistolary relationships)
Where you have to be careful is in how you see the future of this relationship. Keep in mind that the person you’re writing to may not exactly match your idea of it. Having said that, is this really a problem? Not necessarily, as long as you are aware of it and feel able to adapt to the person the moment you meet them. Don’t be afraid to be completely yourself during literary exchanges.
Once again, the physical, the age are not taken into account, so this is the ideal opportunity to make you appreciate at your true value, as you want to be perceived, a form of new beginning. You are free to give yourself a role, another personality if you want to escape, and have a little fun! But beware of the meeting, if you want to make it evolve into a serious relationship!
As you will have understood, epistolary relationships are pleasant and bring a feeling of lightness because they remove all the taboos that dictate our society: diktat of thinness, appearance …
Here, it is the mind, the more spiritual and psychological dimension that prevails. The only downside to highlight is how you perceive this relationship, and how you see it evolving.