"I’m getting ready to interview you and I see that you’re out there doing dangerous things. Doing things that you shouldn’t be doing because you’re on Bad Judge and we need you."
Grey’s Anatomy: Tell Me Sweet Little Lies
↳ As doctors, we’re trained to be skeptical, because our patients lie to us all the time. The rule is, every patient is a liar until proven honest. Lying is bad. Or so we are told constantly from birth—honesty is the best policy, the truth shall set you free, I chopped down the cherry tree, whatever. The fact is, lying is a necessity. We lie to ourselves because the truth, the truth freaking hurts.
And as you stand there on your front porch, staring at the life you’re about to leave behind, you have to accept it’s gone, it’s lost, just like you. All you can do now is stand very still, breathe in the moment, and try to be open to wherever the winds going to take you next.
I am sorry okay. I’m sure you would rather your booty calls to be uncomplicated and void of feelings.