Your friends give you advice that you don’t want to take, because it’s frightening to know that this can’t go on forever.
What’s not so cool is when people like me try to make that connection with someone simply in hopes of making them smile today, and all I receive back is the “Read” notification on Facebook Messenger.
He’ll storm away, leaving me to hear the bitter words of, “I told you so,” by Anxiety and Depression once again.
I suppose I should start off by saying that my (long-time) boyfriend is one of the best people I have ever met, and I trust him with 100% of my life — or at least I thought so until this current presidential election began.
Your hard work will pay off, and because you work extra hard for yourself and your family, it’s nice to know that you have done this on your own. No one can take that away from you.
You can make new friends that don’t already have preconceived opinions of you.
You taught me that I was a person worth saving.
They will use you for all that you’re worth and never make a single attempt to do better for themselves because this is working out pretty well for them since they always have someone onto whom they can fall back.
When the smoke from the initial shock starts to clear, you realize that the words that you were eager to one day receive will never be coming.
As a woman with anxiety, I can tell you right now, I know that I am not the easiest person to love. Some days are harder than others.