Self-sabotage is an act of self-love.
The truth is that what you’re looking for isn’t outside of you, but buried deep within.
The kind of person that’s worth falling in love with is someone who is actually ready to fall in love.
When life gives you an opportunity to change, when a fork opens up in the road, when the detour becomes the destination, when you’re given something greater than you’d know to ask for — it’s not a coincidence.
Whether you realized it or not, the time passed. Without you having to even try, joy emerged from your days.
Maybe you don’t need a reinvention. Maybe you don’t need to change your life.
You do not exist on a single schedule, your fate is not to arrive at each set point at precisely the second you think you should. That’s not what you’re here for. That’s not what this whole thing is about.
Desire doesn’t make it easy, or simple.
If your relationship works better when you’re not actually in each other’s lives, that’s the first sign something might be amiss.
The truth is that you are allowed to revise your dreams, because the plans you made in the past were designed for a person you no longer are.