She’s looking for a man that can help her live the life that she wants to live. And let’s be honest… that’s exactly what you’re looking for.
It’s not about conquering the world. It’s about conquering yourself.
We’re so busy chasing our dreams, not realizing that we’re overlooking the most important part of those dreams: the human interaction they allow for.
It’s nice to think that if you put enough time and effort into changing the one you love, you’d create the perfect partner. It’s this wishful, unrealistic thinking that almost always leads to misery.
You should be happy, but you’re not. You’ve conditioned yourself to have sadness, regret, and anger as your baseline. So while most people only have a few steps to go from baseline to happiness, you have several miles.
People impact our lives and our realities in different ways. When you fall for someone who changes the way you see the world, losing that person means losing your reality.
Realizing that no matter how many times I may stumble or seemingly regress, I’m always moving one step closer to the person I’m meant to become.
You’d assume that most people don’t marry someone until they’ve asked themselves these questions. But a lot of people stay in relationships for a long time even when they’re toxic. Sometimes the love we feel makes it impossible to let go.
It will take courage to be vulnerable again, as you’re still reeling from your last break. Your scars have not faded. But these scars, ironically, can be healed only by love.
We all make promises, of course. We tell people we love them, we care for them, we could never live without them, but most of the time it turns out to be nothing more than empty, wishful thinking.