We need to feel loved, and when we don’t, we devolve into these terrorizing self-hate machines and we’ll burn ourselves to the ground even though someone else lit the fire.
Realizing that you deserve more than somebody has to offer is unbelievably empowering.
Running from the sadness is what will exhaust you, not feeling it.
For someone to finally change their mind.
It’s like we want to think through the issue just one more time and see if we can find the light at the end of its tunnel but we never will. We just drop ourselves further into the cesspool and we can drown ourselves there.
If you have to question it that much.
On a grander scale, learn to just be. Stop your pursuit of all things greater and let what you have be great enough.
7. It is a mistake to think that hell is drifting and heaven is steering. We usually don’t know where we want to go anyway.
3. Identifying as a feminist does not mean that you hate men.
At one point or another, we’re all treading water. We’d rather exhaust ourselves to death than sink. But what’s funny about that fear is that after you sink, you naturally float to the surface again.