When you find someone who makes you forget the rules you once had, you should do whatever you can to keep them.
How do we keep going when the things that are supposed to keep us going are the things that tear us apart?
There’s a fine line between being likable and being manipulative.
1. There are absolutely no rules
2. Whenever someone gives you a list of rules, always throw out Rule #1.
“Both my mom and grandmother used to always warn me about going to sleep with my hair still wet. They were convinced that it would give me arthritis??? Not sure if there is actual science backing that, but I always wash my hair in the morning just in case.” — Jenny, 20
Spoiler alert: life is hard and messy. It’s also lovely and beautiful. Stop worrying about some deadline you’ve made up in your head or one that someone else, that’s not going through what you’re going through, has tried to push your way.
If you kiss someone and see fireworks, tell them that it meant something to you.
Thinking about breaking a rule is always much scarier than actually breaking it.
“When faced with people’s bad behavior, turn around and ask when you have acted like that.”
Ever since we were born, we’ve had it beaten into our heads that cheating is bad. That breaking the rules is some great sin that must be avoided at all costs. But what if blindly following the rules at all times isn’t the best way to live your life?