Most of us would rather believe the sweet lie of an addict than the cold, hard truth of our intuition.
At the time it really did feel like love. But when you walked away, so did those feelings. When you left, so did the love.
We all make mistakes. Unfortunately, not all of us are as good at forgiving ourselves.
The thing is, as much as I want to learn to love myself more, I’m confused as to how to go about doing that.
Most of us have a complex relationship with our bodies. We can all find a few things we’ve love to change.
The first 24-hours following a break up can be hard. It can feel like the seam of your soul is being torn apart.
When you left, when you finally walked away from what was never going to work, I noticed something happen. Something strange. I started to feel like myself again.
I guess this is why they say romantic relationships are more like spiritual assignments. They don’t always give you want you want but they always give you what you need.
You know he’s not your guy when he’s telling you he doesn’t want to give you the wrong idea.
Your heart is depleted from extending itself to those who probably didn’t deserve it in the first place. You know something has to change, but you no longer have the energy to figure out what that is or how to do it.