Getting out of the wrong relationship. We throw bridal showers and baby showers, but we don’t throw parties for the women who are strong enough to walk out on the partners who aren’t right for them, or the SOs you don’t treat them well enough. And we really should.
“I’m very particular, which is my own fault, but it’s easier to friendzone girls because it makes it easier on the relationship than making it awkward.”
“I’ve got too much going on myself to worry about taking care of another human.”
You believe that people matter because they matter, not because they have something to offer you.
Because of you, I found a support system. Because of you, I feel lovable.
They don’t worry about what people think. They don’t try to keep up appearances or try to please people. They don’t try to get everyone’s attention. They’re happy with a certain group of friends and they will not do things they are not really feeling to fit in – they know how to stand out regardless.
It’s difficult to accept that someone can be attracted to you, and love you as a friend, but still not want to date you. And when you feel it for them, it makes you feel like you’re in the wrong when they don’t feel it for you. Accepting that you can’t change a person’s feelings is nearly impossible, but it isn’t your fault.
We used to be inseparable. You were like the sister I never had despite having an older sister of my own.
You bring a sense of unique, unconditional adoration, to every relationship you curate, and people appreciate your openness dedication to your tenderness.
Life is about finding things – finding yourself, finding love, finding good friends, finding your happiness after losing someone you loved and finding peace in the midst of chaos.