You don’t owe them your time, your respect, or an answer to their text.
Toxic people see someone like this and they are attracted to the fact they know they can control them. And people with good hearts simply try and appease them.
It isn’t love if he can hold another woman in his arms knowing you’re going to bed alone thinking of him.
What if someone actually had the guts to pick you apart and fix your flaws?
We all want to be that girl who holds the power to make him see the error of his ways, and want to be better. But the truth is he has to want to be better for himself.
You fear someone getting too close. You fear someone knowing you that deeply. You fear someone seeing you as vulnerable.
We make ourselves believe that our friends just don’t know him. They don’t know the situation, or why he has commitment issues, or how he’s been hurt.
They don’t mention that you must remember who you are. The you before someone stole from you and tried to tell you who or what you were.
I’m asking you to be careful with your intentions and your words, because I’m already second guessing them both.
It’s easy to believe someone is different because it’s what you want to believe. You want to believe the person you love and you want to believe things are going to be better this time around.