Real, passionate love is going to be hard. And maybe by telling ourselves to leave, to move on, to let go, to search for another, we’re really just teaching ourselves that relationships and love are impermanent. Maybe all we’re really teaching ourselves is to give up
Maybe God didn’t want you to be my forever person. And I’ve accepted it now. I understand. Sometimes people are only mean to touch our lives for a period of time.
My anxious heart will break when it finds new love because this love will be true. My heart will break because it will realize how much less it has settled for. There will be a tug of war between my place of refuge and the uncertainty of following you into the unknown.
Even the most boring things like grocery shopping or going to the DMV somehow become fun.
It isn’t coincidence. It is choice.
Don’t let him go. Don’t let yourself have another wonderful story that ends tragically. You deserve to write the love story that doesn’t just have an ending because this man is a new chapter.
God loves you more than you could ever know. He wants the best for you. He wants you to find love, and He will bring you that man when the time is right. He won’t leave you. He won’t turn his back to you. He won’t cheat on you or break your heart or leave you for someone else. He will put you first, always.
I have always hoped for someone to be not only my significant other, but my best friend, too – for someone to be willing to hear my deepest and darkest secrets and fears.
The expectations you lost along the way are not only met, but exceeded.
Believe it or not, real men are more interested in the size of a woman’s heart and mind than the size of her waist.