Ever since I started my first relationship I have heard the same things over and over again. I’ve been peer pressured into almost losing my personality. I’m crazy, yes.
By closing myself off from any possible attachment, I’m making myself incapable of finding love.
I am still unable to wrap my head around this whole thing. It angers me that someone can seem so believable and honest, when in reality, everything is actually a lie.
They have an actual, definitive personality and they’re confident being the unique individual they are in life… Y’know, like “whiskey lover” or “enjoys traveling” or “guy with a beard.”
If you’re heading home to meet the folks and having a major meltdown, look no further. Here’s a list of ten tips to survive the experience and maybe even come out on top.
You will feel it all at once. When lips betray ego, inner running monologue finally silenced with all this heaviness.
Your entire relationship would horrify your grandmother.
You certainly came as a surprise.
I didn’t want to keep our moments alive any longer. I just wanted the hurt to stop. It almost worked, until I received a phone call two months ago.
6. Doing the “lean your elbow on my head because I’m the same size as a counter” thing is amusing the first time, but ridiculously annoying the twentieth time.