The worst sex comes out of nowhere. Like when a guy brings up sex before he’s even kissed you. Or he’s completely prosaic about it.
Am I ever really going to be happy? I ran his words through my head over and over as I packed boxes and prowled thrift stores in search of perfect white plates. I had been happy, and I had infinite space to be happy; I never thought that before, but I knew it now. I had tremendous capacity for joy, but it was hard to find.
After seeing his true colors, I know that he doesn’t deserve me and, to be honest, he doesn’t deserve you either. We’re too good for him.
We choose to be in relationship because we like you, not because we can’t live without you.
The most shocking thing about your relationship is how simple it feels. It feels like it was always supposed to be this way and you realize all the petty insecurities and immature personality flaws of your past relationships caused a bunch of unnecessary drama you no longer have to deal with. Thank god.
Crazy right, that the abuser leaves the abused?
It doesn’t make you love them any less, no matter how hard you try.
Guess what, it’s money and for all the right reasons.
4. Knowing who our real friends are.
I’m not sure what I want at the moment, and sometimes I think I’m too young to really settle down on an answer. Maybe that is why I’m inclined to looking for guys who have only one foot in the door.