“A lady that was really upset with her husband/boyfriend poured gasoline on him and tried to light him on fire.”
You have trouble letting people out of your life. Even when someone is no longer bringing you happiness or any positivity.
I’ll stand in front of a light switch and flick it back and forth, I’ll repeat phrases in my head over and over, I’ll re-read a paragraph of a book ten times because I feel like I didn’t do it right the first time.
ou aren’t supposed to see your friend in a casket.
If her past did not exist, the part where she entered your life wouldn’t either. So embrace her. All of her. She will appreciate you more for it in the long run.
If you know loss, you know that there is a mark that grief leaves which cannot be rubbed off.
How do we cope with our parents getting older? How do we prepare ourselves emotionally with the fact one day they will die? How do we come to terms with the looming possibility of losing them?
It hurts and it always will, it hurts and that part of my heart will never be back. All the things I was excited to teach her, she’ll never know them, and all the laughs I was so expecting to hear, i’ll never hear them.
You were my best friend, my partner in crime, and my ultimate cheerleader. I loved you despite your flaws.
Life goes on spinning while you’re standing completely still.