Re: Relationships with Walk-ins.
So, then, is it more common for one of the system to date within the system, or more common for someone outside the system to date someone inside the system? I kinda wonder about that, I guess. A lot of people don't really seem to understand the concept of Walk-ins or Multiples, and are very ... 'rawr' about it when they've been crushing on one and find out, or so I've seen. It seems almost safer to date within the system, but I'd feel really sorry for a Walk-in who grew strong feelings for someone who had a physical body who didn't return the feelings for them at all, or even rejected their existence as a whole ...
Also, I wonder how many people with Walk-ins are scared to share that with others. My friend has a bunch--sounds weird to say that--that I've grown really close to. I pretty much grew up with them all, although she was in her 20s when she met me. I didn't find out until much later that they shared a body on this plane of existence from time to time, after I was shown to them as separate people.
I initially didn't take to it so lightly, but I opened up to them, and to the hostess most importantly, and they're probably the most important people I've met in my entire life time.
The lot of them are mostly family, with one exception who is kinda like a member of an opposing group. He and I are actually ... yunno. And so I didn't really wanna say much unless I knew at least one person thought it didn't really matter.