Well, I can assure you that firstly, for all those interested, I'm not referring to the "Special Someone" in any romantic manner. You may choose to take it that way, but it wasn't my intentions.
However, it's one of those posts that's going into the personal thoughts section, so if you don't like reading about the slightly pessimistic contemplations of a blogger, don't say I didn't warn you beforehand.
Anyways, back on topic.
In a person's life, there will always been complications in life- whether they be personal issues or the ones of a more academic inclination, people experience unhappiness and stress all the time. After all, you can't really treasure happiness if you've never really experienced what it means to be unhappy. Obviously, they all occur in seemingly various degree of intensity, however I like to think that as humans, we will generally feel that whatever we're going through right now (if it's a rough period in life) is just the absolute worst- basically, over-exaggerating our issues.
Now there's nothing wrong with over-exaggerating your issues, but I think that in exaggerating, that is what makes having that "Special Someone" so important and central to your life.
People have lots of different ways of dealing with sadness/unhappiness or stress- some find solace in talking to many people, friends, strangers, professionals. Others conversely prefer to just take some time out to ponder on their issues alone. However, regardless of what method, I think that one of key things a person really needs to have in their life is a "Special Someone".
In saying this, I'm not meaning boyfriend specifically- what I mean by "special someone" is a person who you know will always be there to support you. The person who you feel comfortable talking about anything (and I mean anything) and everything with, because of that deep, unbreakable bond of trust. The person who you would literally do anything for, in knowing that they would, without a doubt, do anything for you.
Sometimes, especially when you're younger, you may not have any idea who this "special someone" is. But I think that ultimately, everyone has one, and it's all really just a matter of having to grow up, mature and live life to finally understand the true worth of your "special someone". And even when you finally have an idea of who that person may be, the immense feeling of appreciation will only grow as time passes.
Do you know who your "special someone" is?