The heart is such a vulnerable organ. If we ignore this fact we are simply lying to ourselves. The moment we begin lying to ourselves is when we begin misleading our emotional state.
Yes, ‘Break Even’ may be exactly what you’re feeling at this moment, but trust me, you don’t need to reminded at this moment that he was the always the best part of you or that you’re all choked up while she’s okay.
If you’re into someone, be all the way into them. Don’t be shy about it. And sure, it feels a little scary to risk things like your heart and emotions, but look, love is a risk.
“You deserve better.” I guarantee you’ll hear this during a breakup at least once in your lifetime. But
Our minds don’t work this way, it’s not a menu we can order off of.
Is it wrong to yearn for a deeper connection that watching awful romantic comedies with your gal pals on a Saturday night?
We want to have a relationship. Get sappy with someone. The whole thing. Sure, our antics probably don’t suggest this and a lot of our lives don’t read “ready for romance” but if you look, the signs are all there. We’re human, after all.
Between daydreams of meeting his family and the moment he says his first “I love you,” a small demon in the back of your head named “Logic” reminds you it will never happen. Maybe it’s time to start listening to it.
It’s heartbreak — it’s always going to hurt. Though the second time around is a bit easier, I would be lying to you if I told you I didn’t really cry.
We’re a generation who just aren’t quite ready to give up on all those other fish in the sea, all those first-kisses, and all those late night texts. Either that, or we’re just running away.