Book Characters Vs Reality

In books, there’s so many characters that you can’t help but feel attracted to, or in other words relate to them as an individual or have just gone through similar situations.

The characters can be depicted as being such lovely and also vulnerable that somehow suppressing the immediate connection, you can through reading can become such a challenge. I only daydream – and imagine some boy characters that were charming, or had a rough start and were jerks and miraculously changed for the better existed; though you don’t come that easy to finding one these days.

Hmm, and why is that you ask?
Well, I don’t really have an answer to that but it could simply be because people nowadays are just rude, annoying and I don’t really like to associate myself with them too much anyways. The boys nowadays (not all of them) sometimes only one thing, and that ”thing” can lead to so much trouble.

The way they behave on a regular basis whether your a boy or girl, could be really rude and immature- I just find myself encountering these type of people a lot.

The connections I often have with characters: reassures and makes me somewhat excited through them I’m learning so much more.

A common interest that you can receive from characters is absolutely amazing; it’s great knowing that people share interests with you, and makes you want to know more about them and what they do in their spare time, their friends and family.

The struggles, that they face is also depicted very clearly from beginning to end and can sometimes hit home making it relatable to any that have gone through similar experiences; often enough we see – how withdrawn some characters can be and what drives them to do crazy things e.g. run away from home, steal, lie and many more.

A book I feel is like a friend; that I can always rely on to make me feel all different types of emotion all at once and reassure me that there’s sometimes is a light at the end of the tunnel and you will reach your destination sometime soon.

In Reality, your left wondering with some people why they behave the way they do, and a lot are very irritating that you don’t want to even find out but remove yourself from them. It’s a common tendency.

Also, it’s harder to make friends when you just can’t connect with someone and sometimes talking is often enough a challenge.

I honestly, prefer books over people and the characters that often come along with them.

-Thanks for reading,
Lizzy :)’


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