To me, he was perfect. Then he warned me… “I’ve cheated on every girlfriend I have ever had. You shouldn’t be with me. I will only hurt you.”
Falling In Love
I love my family and friends, but I’m in love with my boyfriend. And, the question that we often ponder is “how do you truly know if you’re in love?”
We’ve all been there.
I don’t want to be loved for a while because I want to focus on myself. In relationships we become complacent and don’t keep pushing ourselves.
When I say the paper doll, what I actually mean is the seemingly “perfect” guy that you like, but whom you will never love.
So if with age comes wisdom, at what point does it become our own fault for a broken heart?
We talk and giggle and then we talk some more and burst into genuine laughter. We argue. We engage. Our eyes light up as we willingly share thoughts and ideas and amusing anecdotes.
Loving someone will always make them seem unbelievably perfect. If not, then it isn’t love. And if it isn’t love, then what is it?
What if you are waiting for nothing? What if no one comes?
1. You can’t blame gravity for falling in love. —Albert Einstein 2. The higher you build walls around your heart, the harder you fall when someone tears them down. —Unknown 3.