I can wait to meet you, whoever you are. But until then, I’m lonely.
The problem is that we are being conditioned to think that getting married is no longer about searching for the person you want to spend your life with. Instead, it’s about finding the person you want to throw a wedding with.
Your day doesn’t seem complete without checking in with each other.
Long distance relationships are at once entirely isolating and uniquely intimate. They highlight your resilient solitude and paper-thin vulnerability, sometimes multiple times in the same day. They always begin and end with a dial tone, one way or another.
We all lust. And that is the tragic truth.
You can love someone in a way you never loved your ex.
We hear about people breaking up all the time because of cheating, lying, violence, disrespect, and many other things. But how many couples disband because they just don’t fit together?
He was my first date – ever.
“I kind of want to make out with you in the bathroom, though.”
You begin to want more. You knew you would have to wait for him to come around, but months have passed and everything is still superficial; something is just missing.