Sunday, September 7, 2008

Chameleon?



Do you adapt well to your surrounding? Do you welcome change? Or do you stick out like a sore thumb? Some of us have the chameleon capabilities. Can you interact with all races, religions and both genders and still be you? Or do you change to fit in.
sometimes I think both are warranted. For instance if you are amongst your friends who are all of different religions, you might not want to bring up confrontational subjects as it pertains to religion if it's not in a religious setting. But at the same time don't compromise your beliefs or who you are.
I personally adapt well, however I do tend to hold back at times. Loud party scenes(when I use to party) I tend to hold back a bit because I'm not an advocate of attention. You will find me playing pool, darts, sitting at the bar or occasionally dancing. But you wont find me in the middle of the floor or on the table tops.
I'm a lover of intimate settings. No more than one back seater is my max for comfort level.
How do you differ? Are you the same at work and play? Does your persona differ from who you really are? Are you hiding behind your blog?

8 comments:

Kin'shar said...

1ssstttt, whew first time here and first to make a comment. Wait forgot what I was going to say!!





Oh nice blog!

Don said...

I think I can be bit of an adaptor when it comes to situations and people that really interest or move me. i wouldn't say i change - i'd say it was more of being comfortable enough to reveal another side of myself.

i once comprised my happiness. never again........


i hold back as well. i feel that i work better that ways. i too love intimate settings. i'm not the same @ work as i am @ play. that wouldn't be a good idea. lol.



sometimes i hide behind my blog in discussions that should only be private. sometimes my blog hides behind me, cause i am convicted about certain things i say and do, but tone it down to keep it from turning peeps off.

Jewelry Rockstar said...

I appreciate all kinds of people, so I usually mix and mingle well. However, when I walk away they will know me and what I'm about.

Tia's Real Talk said...

Jewelry rockstar- I hear that! Make a lasting impression!

Torrance Stephens - All-Mi-T said...

unfortunately i am the same all the time

Tia's Real Talk said...

@T- that is not unfortunate..that is commendable..(applause to you because you are one of the few!!)

Tia's Real Talk said...

@T- that is not unfortunate..that is commendable..(applause to you because you are one of the few!!)

Mekhismom said...

I've always called myself a chameleon not because I change colors but because I adapt to any situation. I have been blessed to have been raised around folks that didn't look like me, went to college with folks that looked just like me and lived overseas. Comfortable in my own skin and mixing/mingling with others.