There is definitely an interesting topic to be explored, and debate to be found here: How much ego is acceptable? + *Is it more important for a friend to regard us optimistically and with understanding?* V.S. “Or rather as a reflection for self awareness, and work to provide us a counter focus via humbling and toughening us?*
I follow the first option. That’s the real point of friendship, imo. The existence of failure is enough to personally handle the ego busting of individuals. No human needs to get involved there. That’s dickish. And unneccessary pain and friendship, just don’t go together, in my findings.
I freaking love these LAHWF posts… So much to consider. Drew’s a gem. I really, really, connect with his thoughts and heartful intentions in the way he expresses himself. That’s why his fanbase is so familal. He’s someone you can’t get enough of. Something beyond charisma and definitely nothing like charm. He’s raw in many ways and just as creative. And that’s the greastest combination there is. Same applies to the people he hangs around, non shockingly. Danny Duncan and Juan/ThatWasEpic have a similiar style. They’d just never go the same length of soul baring and authencity as Drew, which is no problem at all–but it’s the reason for LAHWF’s very genuinely, passionate and OBSESSIVE supporters, lol.
If and once you like Andrew Hales, it’s very hard to stop thinking about him. Ik that sounds ridiculous and sad, but it’s the truth.