You were the man I desperately needed in my life to serve as a reminder that there are others out there like you, to stop chasing after a boy who made me feel worthless.
Nowadays, I am at ease in my solitude, my skin, my unshakeable ability to go anywhere alone without fear.
You see, if you really want to enjoy something it has to take its time.
It’s time to stop falling and start standing. It’s time to get back up and keep walking. It’s time to heal.
Run from the sad and painful stories that tell you that there’s no way out of this hell, run from the stories that feed you all the lies about why you can’t accomplish something amazing or how you’ll never find that old-fashioned romance you’ve been wishing for or how you’ll never be able to have the best of both worlds.
Embrace your pain and make it a part of who you are.
To have the courage to accept a marriage proposal from a guy I met 3 days ago if it feels like the right thing for me to do.
73. Going home to your childhood home for some pancakes or any other type of favourite childhood food.
Be courageous! For this world will wear you down.
You are always granted to say no without having an excuse or reason. Say no when you want to and you never need to justify as to why.