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They’re terrified of breaking up—from a logistical standpoint.
Meet someone who won’t make you question your thoughts and your feelings. Meet someone who makes you feel safe. Meet someone you are scared to lose every day, but someone who will never let you get lost. Meet someone who doesn’t make you question yourself. Meet someone who makes you realize the magic of living, because that is the whole point.
You see, we are more than our physical appearance or our sexual performance. And our ability to make the commitment to stay faithful, even in friendship, can be just as meaningful as it would be with a romantic partner.
Any time you talk yourself out of wearing a piece of clothing, dying your hair, or doing your makeup a certain way because you think it’s just “not you.” The only person stopping you in that scenario is you. Get out of your own way.
Some friendships are so negative that they’re unhealthy for you. It doesn’t make you a bad person to want these friends gone from your life; it’s actually better to deal with the fact that the relationship isn’t working and that you both need to move on.
I want us to talk again-about all the things we would think about, yet never thought to say out loud to anyone else.
The grass might be greener somewhere else and there might be someone out there in the world that I am better suited for. But I don’t have any desire to find that out.
Instead of forcing yourself to try, in vain, to forget that person, I want you to free yourself to remember them.
I want to cry you out. I want to get you out of my system. I want to forget about you. I want to move on from you. I want to be over you. I want to be able to feel validated without your approval.