If you don’t want this to go any further, you need clarity. It’s that simple.
This story is tragic and horrifying.
It’s a bizarre thing to think about, but horrible sadness can actually remind you how loved you truly are.
Sometimes, the breakup hits you with a force so strong that it feels like waking up from one of those falling dreams, where your stomach drops and your balance is off and you’re convinced for several seconds that you’re tumbling down a dark hole.
Dating and relationships are chock-full of lessons, experiences, intimacy, and interpersonal exchanges.
But Morty said she was only seventeen, and besides, he doesn’t want to fall in love: “It messes you up so that you can’t sleep or do your work or anything.”
It’s frustrating to meet someone, and everything seems perfect…only to meet with a snag along the way.
The age old question: if you’re in a relationship with someone you love, and you’re typically happy, but sometimes the fights are too large to ignore, how do you know when enough is enough?
Are the games and mixed signals normal? Are there societal expectations I’m supposed to follow?
For that moment when you’re 98.5% sure you’re about to be dumped, and 100% sure you don’t want to cry.