“You know you’re in love when you can’t fall asleep because reality is finally better than your dreams.”
“I’m insecure about cumming too soon, I think that is every guys worry. No one wants to cum in 30 seconds, it’s embarrassing and it’s a huge turn off for her. So basically, like everyone dude, we just try to think of things that are non-arousing to last.”
There’s no win-win here. There never is. Either your heart is safe but completely deprived of experiencing great love, or your heart is in more danger than it’s ever been while simultaneously experiencing a feeling so special that it’s practically impossible to put into words.
He cared about me, as more than just a friend. More than he was expecting to. I was just as much of a surprise in his life as he was in mine. Neither of us were planning to fall for each other.
Be kind and let the assholes be assholes.
This girl endured taunts and jeers and borderline bullying for being “stupid” when she was actually really smart.
“The most intense feeling of being flirted with I’ve ever had was with a woman who was out on the dance floor and looking at me while I sat at a table on the sidelines. Went on for a good ten minutes and by the time she came over to speak to me I would have done anything she asked.”
There was so much good between us. I think that’s what made it hurt so bad. And it wasn’t all perfect. We challenged each other. We fought like sisters. But for so long we overcame so much together.
Am I surrounding myself with people who leave me feeling happy or leave me feeling sad?
Do you want to be better for them, or do you feel “off the hook” now that you have someone who loves and accepts you as you are?