TSS (aka That Special Someone) Do you have it?
TSS is a condition that is recognized globally, though the UN does not get involved when those afflicted suffer from misuse of TSS. TSS is rarely taken seriously for very long. After a period of time TSS can become neglected leaving it in an unhealthy state. TSS can eventually burden us because we are so quick to believe it solves problems. TSS can be dangerous, making us vulnerable to other more debilitating situations, yet at some point we all want to have TSS.
I do not have TSS, though on several occasions I thought I had it, I’ve even been through personal counseling to recover from false TSS in my life. TSS can be highly addictive and most never fully learn to handle it for any length of time.
When I read personal ads I notice females are more likely to admit wanting it. Men apparently prefer to keep TSS a secret. I am always cautious of anyone mentioning TSS more than once in an essay because it flags a potential break from reality. TSS does not solve all our problems. Apparently there are two forms of TSS, the beneficial kind and the kind that makes us a co-dependent.
Doctors and leading counselors recommend the following maintenance procedures to remain healthy with TSS:
- Quiet meals in subdued light
- Sitting near fires
- Relax often, don’t fight it.
- Long walks, rain or shine are helpful with maintain a healthy TSS condition
- Positive confessions about TSS have been shown to work too.
- Lastly, admit you have TSS, even tell your family and friends. It’s nothing to be ashamed about.
Do you have TSS… “That Special Someone”.
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