I’m not ready to re-tell my stories, not willing to map a new course.
Not everyone was made to love that way, and that’s all right, because most people will love you back in the best way they know how. You have to accept the different kind of loves there are in the world if you want to exist happily in it.
In order to find the things in this life worth holding onto, we must first master the art of letting go.
It’s been two years, five months, and twenty-eight days, and I’m still not over you.
Loving someone won’t suddenly make them healthy. Or good for you.
Reduce Contact With Your Ex. When the relationship is over, you miss your ex. That’s natural after all; that person has been a major part of your life. As a result, you still contact that person hoping that the more they talk to you, the greater are the chances of getting back together. That’s not really how it works.
Little by little, I showed you the ugliness inside me. I introduced you to my wounds that would never heal, hoping you would pull away. Instead you showed me your flaws too, but I just admired your beautiful heart.
Do not let anyone downplay the severity of your emotional pain.
My love is not to be kept in your pocket. My feelings are not for ‘second best.’ My sincerity and commitment goes beyond secrecy. I am letting you go because in the process, I am letting myself go.
Yes I overthink, but I also over-love.