My idea of a life well lived could (and probably will) be untrue in 100 years or 10 years. That’s scary.
You somehow came to the conclusion that you are the only one blocking the way to your happiness, and you now actively walk on the path towards that happiness, which makes you freer than you ever were before.
Think of your lowest, hardest times in life and see them as blessings. If you can’t now, try to do so sometime in the future. Forgive yourself. Forgive others. GROW IN. Remember who you were and think about who you are now. The more you love yourself, the more you’ll love the world.
At the end of the day, change is something you should never be ashamed of. You don’t owe anyone an apology for changing. You don’t owe anyone an apology for being different than you were a year ago, for wanting new things.
Making a pact with a friend to try one entirely new thing every week, and then making a list of those things and a schedule. And then following through.
It’s funny how a love story can be a tragic one with just a simple sentence. Either a firm and upright attitude or a shaky and shameful one.
Letting someone go and find themselves doesn’t mean we’re losing them. It means we’re letting them grow into the person they need to become.
Whenever I catch myself falling into the hole of comparison, I go back to my ongoing list of lessons learned during my journey of life.
You were my sexual awakening. You made me come, over and over, every time, in ways I didn’t know I could come.
This is probably one of the hardest things I will ever have to swallow. You were the girl I told everything to, things that I wouldn’t even admit to myself.