You’re complicated. And that’s okay. My journey with anorexia and the depression it came with has taught me that sadness is as legitimate an emotion as happiness.
I have told you several times already that I am not going to stop telling you that I love you, but what good does that do when you’re already too far away to hear me?
Happily ever after; That’s the stupid phrase we use to determine whether a relationship was “successful”. Ever after, means the princess and prince made it in the end. And many of us still judge relationships by that naïve, simplistic criteria.
Trust is what makes a relationship successful. If you don’t trust someone without proof by creeping then the relationship isn’t working.
We spent the greater part of an hour discussing how and why her ex husband’s underwear was still in her hamper.
She won’t cling because she has been the one who held onto a relationship that was already gone, and she knows how badly it hurts. She never wants to be the one holding on too hard. She wants to be on even footing with you.
We’re all tempted of course, but if you actually go through with it clearly there is something missing from your current relationship, and maybe that’s something cheaters need to think about.
Truth be told, after awhile, we sometimes believe our own lies. See, when you’re with someone so long, you assume that love can still exist even if the passion isn’t there.
But love should be treated as a verb, not a noun. Love shouldn’t be about complacency or settling.
I never gave him an ultimatum. I couldn’t. I thought it was simply because I was brave, but no. I was, and still am too much of a coward to, because I know for a fact that he’ll choose you.
I am prone to not-accepting things. I don’t believe that anything is entirely concrete. Not because I don’t want to, but because my BFF anxiety doesn’t allow me to. To believe that anything is permanent, especially a feeling, means you do not question it at all.