What do you do when you see a man masturbating at a salad baran actual salad shooterbut wait, I'm single, we're both at the salad bar, we have a lot in common. I like fresh produce, he likes to get fresh with produce. I like nuts on my salad, he likes to nut on his salad.
Not all who drink energy drinks are douches, but all douches drink energy drinks.
I feel like I walk a very fine line between wanting someone to be open and vulnerable and honest with me and the listeners, but not wanting anyone to ever feel like I'm exploiting them.
I definitely feel moved and affected after interviews, but not in a way that's anything other than positive. There are moments that make me want to cry, but not in any way I can't handle.
Every time someone opens up to me, it just feels like a gift they're giving me, because it's a chance to experience another human being.
There are certain relationships that just don't fit into "good" or "bad"; they transcend it.
Most things that I think about not talking about, ultimately I decide to talk about, and I feel better.
I have no desire to drink anymore. I just don't want to feel altered.
I know for me, when I would drink, I circumvented my own self-protection and my own judgment and my own discrimination - the healthy kind of judgment and discrimination.
Once I stopped drinking and I'd be going out on dates, or hanging out with guys, I'd realize, "Oh, maybe I don't like them that much!" I think the drinking was to make these guys more tolerable.
Drinking is a fast-forward button; it makes you feel close to a person so quickly.
My husband is the only guy I've ever dated where I've never been drunk around him. I couldn't handle dating without drinking in the past.
Sometimes I try to figure out why I always push things to talk about the really dark stuff in interviews, and I just think it's healing - for the listener, and for the guest.
I'm genuinely curious about people, and I'm always interested when people do share with me. But I would not want someone to share something with me and then after the fact feel uncomfortable or regret it.
I'm lucky that people feel comfortable sharing things with me.
In terms of what we share from our lives, I tend to share everything. My instinct would be to share everything.
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