You might feel like it’s better to have someone around to compliment you and kiss you every once in a while, even though they’re never going to make the relationship official, than it is to be completely alone. But in the end, only having half of his heart is going to eat away at you.
There’s a part of me that feels like a shitty person because it’s not that hard to send a text, it’s not that hard to be there. But another part of me feels like it’s okay to be a little distant, to put myself first, to make sure my mental health is in a decent space.
She puts more effort than you realize into every little thing she does.
Whenever you remember a memory, you aren’t recalling the actual memory. You’re recalling the last time you remembered that memory.
They are going to make you feel like you don’t have a right to be happy without their permission, like you don’t have a right to be sad when it’s inconvenient for them, like you don’t have a right to be angry when it means they aren’t going to get their way anymore.
You shouldn’t settle for whatever you’re getting, simply because you’re afraid of chasing someone away by asking for more.
FORGET HER is about an island resort where your worst memories are temporarily removed so you can have a stress-free, relaxing vacation.
You can’t rush the process. And you can’t pretend the process doesn’t exist, either. It might seem easier to pretend you’re okay, pretend nothing has hurt you, pretend there isn’t anything wrong, but that method is going to backfire on you in the long-run. It’s better for you to be vulnerable about your feelings, to be honest about what you’re going through, to avoid lying to yourself.
If you’re always flopping back and forth between being ecstatic and miserable, loving them and hating them, then they aren’t worth the trouble. Someone else can give you those same highs without so many lows.
You need to take things one day at a time, one task at a time, one worry at a time.