You swallow the words that have tried to fight their way out. You take piping hot showers to wash away any trace of your feelings and of him.
I wrote an entire book with things I couldn’t say to you.
You find yourself hollowed out, the appetizer before the main course. People don’t come back for you.
As a self-proclaimed “independent” girl, it has taken me a long time to come to terms with my fear of being alone.
You meet someone you really connect with them, you get the butterflies, you think about them constantly and it gets to the point where you feel like you are going crazy because the feelings just keep getting stronger.
Like when you’re waiting for that person to text you back but they haven’t texted back and now you’re re-examining everything.
Where do I stand in relation to my ex?
For when you have feelings about having feelings.
Running into each other at the mall is not stalking. Him adding you on Facebook is not stalking. My personal favorite: Him calling or texting you after you gave him your number is not stalking. Stalking is a serious criminal offense and a term that shouldn’t be thrown around loosely.
Loneliness and aloneness aren’t the same thing but they are birthed from the same imperfect parents.