Hello there, I'm interested. What would you think to something like this? I hope you don't mind me posting a small example of a reply for you. I just really like this idea a lot and would love to be a part of it.
Apprehensively, I take a seat in the lovely leather chair opposite where the strange man once sat and nod slowly. "Coffee sounds great," my timid voice quivers in anxiety as I say three simple words. I dread to think what my next statement is going to sound like. I try to gather the courage to speak, but I can't seem to find any; I seemed to have used up all of my reserves in one simple sentence. 'Oh great,' I think to myself as I fiddle with my fingers in my lap, a bad habit of mine born out of extreme nervousness.
"I... umm... well," I respond shakily, trying my absolute hardest to form coherent words. "You see, I'm... umm... going through something new, and I'm... scared." I did it! I managed to tell him what was on my mind. Well, some of it anyway. I press on, trying to break the awkward silence. This is something I need to do! I purposefully looked for this man... I just wish he didn't intimidate me so much. I take a deep breath and release the breath in a sigh, placing my nervous hands on his desk. That's when I feel the familiar trembling and numbness in my fingertips, symbolizing that I was about to show him why I was here, regardless if I was ready or not. 'Not here,' I beg with myself, 'Not like this!'
I try to put my hands in my lap, but it happens anyway, and I end up turning invisible. I close my eyes tightly, knowing full well what happened. I wished I was invisible, and it happened. Word to the wise: always be careful what you wish for. From my invisible state, I tell the man, "I can't control it... it just happens. I get anxious and I end up destroying something, or... this happens. Can you help me?"
I look forward to hearing what you think, and hopefully working with you. :)