You’re afraid to love her because across the board she’s everything you want that you’re afraid to admit you need.
Date the person who loves you for your wounds and flaws and cracks. Who loves you through the ups and downs and dips that life throws at both of you. Date the person who adores you through all the fire and rain and thunderstorms inside your heart. Who shows up for you, no matter the wreckage that you could potentially send their way.
You are worth more than someone who keeps promising you love but goes on to break your heart. You are worth more than someone who leaves. You deserve someone who stays.
To my shameful acknowledgment, my motivation for holding on was actually self-serving. Even after our relationship ended, I wanted to feel loved; I clung to him, because I had become emotionally dependent on him to make me feel loved and secure.
You start to find reasons to dislike them, you convince yourself they aren’t right for you and you push and push and push until they leave, just so you can prove to yourself that everyone really does leave, even though deep down you know it isn’t true.
Little by little the flame faded away. Until finally, there was nothing left but ashes, memories and traces of what used to be.
I’ve grown tired of love, I know it because I’ve started to like myself more lately. There’s something strong developing against my questionable judgment inside of me.
“He couldn’t get the right angle to get in and had a premature detonation.”
Pisces-Aries (3/17-3/23): You’re somehow whimsical and focused.
“The very small things are very important because that’s what you have over time. So do nice things for each other and say thanks and be kind to each other. These things absolutely, absolutely, absolutely add up. The big things are important too, but I would argue that these little things are actually more important in the end.”