I don't think I could ever be with an actor. I mean, an actor can literally play the role so how would you know if they're telling the truth? How would you know what character they decided to play for you? I'm learning to spend more time getting to now the character of a person, because chances are if someone would do something fucked up to someone else, they'd probably do the same to you. I used to have the mentality that since I'm in a relationship with someone they'd ride for me the way I'd ride for them. And when I say relationship, I mean romantic or plutonic, because friendships are relationships too.
I'd assume it was a given, but sadly most people are just thinking of themselves in relationships. The decisions they make and things they do revolve around what's convenient for them and they play it off like it's all about us.
Character of a person is important. Certain character traits can tell you about a person's values, morals, intentions. More importantly it'll tell you how they will react in certain situations. Are they easily angered? Do they keep their word? Are they loyal?
I wonder what its actually like to date an actor, how do you know which character they're putting on that day? I admit I fall victim to words. Even though actions speak way louder, I hold on to them while people just tell me what they think I want to hear. I admit I have a bad habit of taking everyone at face value and of expecting everyones word to be their bond. But I thought that's just how it should be, right?
You know when certain actors play a role so well that you wonder if they're really just being themselves? That's scary. I learned that it can get a little tricky dealing with people who can easily flip their script and play a certain situational role, like easily playing Mr. Nice Guy with their shit together in company, but behind closed doors they're crumbling and don't have a clue of how to react when shit starts hitting the fan. I can't deal with that.
I feel like courting someone is very important. You need time to learn their character, to let all their truths come spilling out like vomit, and learn who they really are behind closed doors. Their intentions and words should always be backed up by action.
Like, what character are you today?