It’s our job to dive deep towards what our soul calls for, and in doing that, it invites all of those around us to do the same.
When I was nineteen I was so in love. And like it seems to always happen with great relationships at that age, she went away to college.
Our cell phones are always with us. We wake up with them, we go to sleep with them, and we might even take them into the shower with us
It’s about being clear when you find someone’s behaviour hurtful, or offensive or concerning, with that person, instead of posting a vague or not so vague status on your Facebook page or bitching about it to your friends.
Address the problem head on. Don’t hide behind what you think is a strategic way to address an issue.
‘Fine’ or ‘It’s fine.’ It means the exact opposite.
It won’t always be easy, and that’s okay.
Watching couples on the screen who can softly caress the other’s hand, letting them know that they are worried about their current financial situation, and having the other nod understandingly creates the idea that if your relationship cannot work like that you are doing something wrong.
Even if it’s a nano-second, one small look from your BFF and suddenly, you understand everything. It’s kind of like you have this badass superpower, all telepathic and shit. Your eyes lock and BAM, you know what they’re thinking. You’ve basically had an entire conversation within a few seconds.