There is something beautiful and timeless about writing a handwritten letter — returning to the art form of the mind and heart making a perfect union together with pen and paper.
1. Blaming your boyfriend for why you can’t do something. I know you are both equally clingy, so when I ask you to make plans, please stop blaming it on your boyfriend.
He will appreciate you, especially when he’s far away, and can’t be with you.
Keep lying to yourself until you’re absolutely miserable. Feel the fight go out of you completely. Accept the fact that you can’t do it anymore. You would if you could, but you just can’t.
And boy, does it feel amazing.
Maybe we’d have a different story? Maybe I’d know how to handle you when you’re having one of those bad days, because I know how to handle myself. Maybe I’d love you the proper way because I know how to love myself.
Back in the time before Facebook and Twitter and dating sites, when you met someone you cared about, you held on. You didn’t wait around to see what might happen. You didn’t stand there weighing your options.
And not only will you never know, you will never understand, which are two very different concepts.
I can’t look at any more photos of people kissing or I will burst into flames.
Those who want a relationship shouldn’t try and change someone who isn’t interested in one. Because why should everyone want to commit themselves to someone?