You need friends who will push you out of your comfort zone, encourage you to do more because they know what you’re capable of – even if you hate them for it at the time.
The next day will be harder than the first.
Maybe I don’t stay up till 6 am with those people, talking about our lives and wondering who we’re going to be. Maybe I don’t call them all crying when something’s going wrong. Maybe I don’t get to see them as much as I’d like.
Often, the best way to help someone is not to make them feel “better,” but to help them feel “lighter.”
It’s true what they say, breaking up with a friend is even harder than breaking up with a boyfriend or a girlfriend. Especially a friend you’ve known your whole life, literally.
Don’t assume you know what someone else is feeling – ask and be gently curious instead.
I don’t get why people do this — get into a relationship they’re unsure of and then treat the other person like shit.
She can stand on her own, everyone believes that, but she doubts herself. They don’t know her the way she knows herself.
I loved you for who you were. To your friends and all your drunk adventures, I loved all of that.
One day, you’ll be able to look back with a clear mind. On this day, try not to go over the bad. Yes, there was bad, and yes, it sucked, but there was much more good in the relationship.