Are you lonely now?
The scariest part of it all is the unknown. Not knowing if you’ll ever get better. Constantly fearful that you will spend the rest of your days in pain. That your dreams are no longer realistic or attainable.
“I could report u…i won’t if you send some pics…”
“Four years from now we will be stronger, better, and kinder together, as a nation, than we are in this moment.”
“I think the hardest part of recognizing that it’s not really ‘meant to be,’ is admitting it to yourself, and then the harder part is admitting it to them. It sucks.”
You’re allowed to say no. You’re allowed to object and you’re allowed to stand up for yourself.
If, like me, you are a young INFJ, you may never have experienced a serious relationship. Also, like me, if you have family and friends who fail to comprehend the whole MBTI personality thing, your lack of serious relationships may come under much scrutiny, and said family and friends may insist on giving you unsolicited advice.
She can’t blindly believe that you aren’t going to hurt her. Because she’s believed before. And she’s been hurt before.
In an effort to live as minimally and stress free as possible, I have begun focusing on quality over quantity, purging what I don’t need and only buying things when I need them, yet I still have failed sticking to a budget.
Anxiety is not just you being lazy or having a poor work ethic. It’s feeling like a fire is burning in your heart as soon as people ask you what your five year plan is. It’s feeling like a failure. All the time.