We pictured, and drew how we wanted our forever together, but instead of making them come true, we decided to shred them into pieces.
I am extremely afraid of the future.
In today’s world of fast-paced technology, mushy romantic-comedies and all-around impatience for, well, everything, many believe that if you haven’t found your soulmate by your mid-20s, you’re behind the curve and possibly destined to die alone.
We need to see the next big thing in our lives. People say they want to feel satisfied, but they really don’t. We crave the next thing. This is why people set fire to their lives just to watch the flames, to give themselves something to rebuild again.
Maybe we just need to keep falling and failing to keep on feeling.
I’m sorry if this ruined everything. I’m sorry if it was pointless. I’m sorry if you hate me more.
This is beautiful…
A heart that aches is a heart that beats.
Bring her chocolates at the very beginning of the date. Tell her that you wanted her to have a sweet time, even if the date sucked.
Part of you believes that it’s not time for you yet (the hopeless romantic part). But, the other part of you (that terrified of love part) worries your fear of falling in love is repelling love from you.