Cliché or not, actions have a language of their own.
I don’t think love is easy, but I do think finding yourself is much harder.
You respect your partner as a person, even if you hate their guts right now.
The experience itself of being invested, excited, and anticipatory of a new relationship, only to watch the results of your efforts get reaped by another person, can make you feel like you want nothing to do with the concept of a relationship.
She doesn’t secretly harbor dreams of wanting to run off to the country side with you.
You call each other on your way home from work, even though you know you’ll see one another in about five minutes.
If you want to take things up a notch, you have to be able to connect emotionally.
Pain is relative, and right now, a desperate desire to love and be loved is the pain that’s taking up the most amount of space in your body.
Here are ten things I learned during my first journey of love and heartbreak.
“The feminist in me is shrieking in horror as I say this, but…”