I can’t fall in love over a phone.
If we ever ran into each other again, we wouldn’t acknowledge the lack of closure. No, we’d act like everything was normal.
I think you figured out that you could play my feelings like a yo-yo, and I think you liked it. Or rather, I think you got scared and this was easier for you; it was easier to keep me at arm’s length than to go through with the promises you made me. It was easier for you to take your heart out of the equation and break mine than it was for you to go all in.
I love you because you make me a better person, not because I feel forced to but because it happens naturally when the best person I know is the person I spend time with the most.
I believe it is possible for us to miss or to waste time around what we should be doing, and I believe it’s possible for us to wholeheartedly embrace these things.
A relationship that’s working is candid, comfortable, and a little bit hilarious.
“Be selfless – offer your help to the people around me who I already care deeply for.”
I try so hard every day to not be insane. I try to push my “crazy girl brain” into the darkness of my mind and be rational but it’s hard, and it’s even harder when I know what you’re capable of. Sometimes I just wish I could switch it off.
We just worked in a scarily quick and easy fashion.
I powered through a breakup with someone who just wasn’t right for me. Then I endured two back-to-back heartbreaks that changed my views on love and relationships completely. Because of this, I feel like I know a thing or two about breakups and the things you should know no matter what happened.