This loss has changed you. Losing this person will define who you are and make you someone different. It will shake you to your core and leave you empty struggling to figure out how to survive.
Timing might be a somewhat valid reasoning as to why something isn’t going your way at this moment but timing isn’t everything.
When you’re single, you can choose your company, your own family is crazy enough sometimes…
Sure, your SO is there to support you and to help you with taking care of yourself in those ways, but what about when he/she isn’t there?
You take the idea of “no new friends” maybe a little too seriously.
As Hannah Baker said, “You really don’t know what’s going on in someone’s life.”
The scariest part about high functioning anxiety and depression is that it’s not something you can clearly see. Sometimes, even the people you are around all of the time are still able to cover this up and keep it hidden.
You’re a hopeless romantic and there’s nothing wrong that.
Get an introvert talking about something they’re passionate about and the will never shut up- I promise you that.
Your thoughts—especially repetitive thoughts—can rewire synapses in your brain to connect faster. What this means is that where before there was space between one negative thought and the next, now there is a decreased amount of space, or a bridge if you will.