Don’t talk about how cute he looked in his sweatshirt or that sweet text he sent you. Don’t talk about the weird status he posted or the way that he’s been ignoring you. Don’t even talk about how you’re so done with boys and never want to date again.
Your hair is so big because it’s full of secrets. (Seriously, you know every horrible and intimate detail about everyone.)
“They need to drink when they’re around you.”
1. Don’t ever fake yourself. This, I consider, is the golden rule of friendships. Because to be truly friends with someone, you have to be real to them and with them.
The only person who you can trust, is yourself. Because the only person you can depend on, is yourself. Even if you think you have no one, not even your shadow, you have yourself. This is how your grow stronger.
I could spend the rest of my life in the same small apartment with you, going to our regular coffee shop, watching the same shows on Netflix over and over.
I drove home, then called Mark. When he answered I simply said, “Let me talk to her.” About a minute later she got on the phone. I asked her if she had anything to say to me, and she was silent. I asked her if she loved Mark, and she said she didn’t know.
While everybody enjoys receiving a gift in any capacity, there’s something about a heartfelt, well-thought-out ‘thank you’ present that goes above and beyond when it comes to showing appreciation.
They will use you for all that you’re worth and never make a single attempt to do better for themselves because this is working out pretty well for them since they always have someone onto whom they can fall back.
If you have good friends, you have angels. Angels that protect you from those trying to do your harm, angels that make sure you don’t lose yourself and angels that will be there to save you when you’re about to ruin your life.