10 Things "Your Person" Knows About You Throughout Your 20s
Everyone has that one very special person in their life who seems like they were literally made for them. They get you in every way and even through the turbulence that any good friendship faces, you make out even stronger than before. It's only right to mention Meredith Grey and Cristina Yang from Grey's Anatomy when thinking about bestie goals, and legit having "your person" through thick and thin. In all realness, there are some standard things your person knows about you, because like Meredith and Cristina, you're basically attached at the hip.
All chips are in when it comes to being dedicated to "your person." They don't have to be a sibling to know that you are somehow bound by blood to be each other's partner in crime. They know what makes you tick, what makes you happy, and genuinely what makes you, you. Sounds pretty intense, right? Well, it is, and for those of us who have our go-to person, we are incredibly grateful that they are a part of our lives.
You never quite know when you'll meet "your person," but once the friendship hits the track, there's no stopping it. The opportunities for growth in a friendship like this are endless. It's like you have your own little slice of heaven in human form who faces the unexpected trials of the world with you. So, if you know exactly who "your person" is in your 20s, they should be able to answer these questions about you.
1. What's her passion?
"Your person" definitely knows what brings you peace and what makes you feel alive. They are one of those things, of course, but they're clued in to what seemingly gives you purpose in life. Clearly, they're all for it.
2. Where's her happy place?
We all handle stress differently. Some of us have a thinking rock, a running trail, or a certain part of the house that helps us unplug from those thought-tugging situations. Luckily, your person is probably already there waiting for you once you've said, "I'm at the spot."
3. What goal(s) is she striving for?
"Your person" is there every step of the way. In your 20s, you're still trekking toward that light at the end of the tunnel. Your BFF knows the work you're putting in, and why it means so much to you.
4. Who's the one that got away?
Yes, our favorite person is privy to all the heartthrobs and heartaches in our life. It's just how it goes. Besides, they were probably there wiping away the tears.
5. What's her go-to coping snack?
Aside from feeding us mentally and emotionally, our person knows how to feed us, literally. Everyone has a number one, favorite snack they need to get through those tough patches. "Your person" knows exactly where to stop and get yours.
6. Who's too unbearable for her to be around?
"Your person" doesn't necessarily hate this person for you, but they're not buddy, buddy with them, either. They should already know the story behind the feud. They've clearly chosen your side.
7. What movie can she not watch without crying?
This movie is most likely one that you and your person have watched numerous times on the couch. You passed the tissues to each other and laughed because you said you wouldn't cry this time. Chick flick or not, the water works are inevitable.
8. What makes her laugh no matter what?
Even if it's at the most inappropriate time, your partner in crime can make you laugh with this secret weapon that they know about you. Laughter is contagious, so chances are, they are laughing simply because you are. The cuteness just doesn't end.
9. What places are on her bucket list?
Who doesn't want to travel? Your person is definitely included in these plans and probably already has the passport ready. The world is your oyster, and your bestie is already your precious pearl.
10. What's her defense mechanism?
You person knows when you're evading a sensitive subject with your defensive shenanigans. Unbeknownst to you, they always find a way through those walls you try to put up. They're literally immune to them. If you have "your person" in your 20s, you're incredibly lucky to have such a gem in the beginning of adulting. There's no point of even thinking about what life would be like without them.