It would be naïve of me to say that the unknown always brings good things. All things in life are balanced out, but just because it isn’t what you may have initially perceived as “good” doesn’t make it any less beautiful.
We may not be able to solve our significant other’s problems, but the least we can do is fully be there and try.
I think it’s one thing to project when you’re having a rough time, but a completely different thing to project and belittle someone else’s experience.
I remember us getting into a fight because I didn’t want to change my profile picture into one with him.
I’m scared because the more I write about you, the more I begin falling in love with this projected image of you.
We are so caught up in living and being that we start forgetting to go back to the root motivations of why we are where we are.
Summers are seductive; we all want to take our shot at love when there’s an expiration date involved — no commitments, no risk.
Depressed people are probably everywhere in your life. They are probably highly functioning individuals, too.
Most people that I tell this to automatically tell me to pull out of this relationship because it isn’t one that’s going anywhere good.