You feel comfortable enough expressing to them a deep and passionate longing for the both of you to be together in the same city—whether that’s through the form of liking all of their photos on Facebook or texting them a needy “I MISS YOU.”
She understands when you’re uncomfortable. She’s like your personal Tum for uncomfortable social situations.
He says I never thought of you in that way. I’m sorry. He tries to change the topic like it’s not important. Something he can ignore and act like it doesn’t change your friendship.
You can’t fully commit to loving another person wholeheartedly until you understand how to love yourself.
The crazy one. The one who is up for anything. She is the one who pushes you to do unusual things and break the rules.
Loving a self-deprecating best friend is easy. Knowing she doesn’t love herself is the hard part.
You can’t help but feel like the best era of your life is coming to a close.
I get too emotionally involved in other people’s relationships.
During my time at rock bottom, I realized my relationship with boys and alcohol weren’t the only abusive relationships in my life. I also had an unhealthy relationship with you.
Having a long-distance best friend is like having this secret vault into which I can spill with no consequence or judgment. I can tell her how I am actually feeling, as opposed to how I should be feeling or what I want to be feeling. Secret’s safe with her.