The commute home will be joyful, you’ll see the people around you with fresh eyes and you won’t dread coming home. Songs will start to take on a new meaning again, and you can get through that playlist without tears pricking your eyes.
after a breakup
Breakups and transitions in life are the perfect opportunity to let go of a situation and open yourself to better possibilities coming your way.
The future seems so intimidating. Does it for you, too? No, I guess, not for you.
There are seven billion people on the planet. You will fall in love again.
“I stopped actually trying to get the upper hand. I’m not sure if objectively that means I got the upper hand, but subjectively it does. I stopped obsessing over him and what he was doing compared to me. And instead focused on my own life without him in it. To me, that’s getting the upper hand, even if it’s totally subjective and unrelated to him.”
“Long intro, short conclusion, strong hypothesis, but nothing to back it up. Details are important. If you want to be believed, back it up with proof.”
The “almost relationship” that lasted for three years: Gnocchi with a shit ton of butter and herbs, paired with Bud Lite Lime because you’re ORIGINAL.
Time heals all wounds. Just give it time. Be patient. You’ve heard it all before. You’re grieving a loss in your life and everyone’s advice is to just give it time. Wait for the days to pass.
You have to ignore the shit out of your ex for at least six months.
Remember last winter? Remember when everything looked like it was on its last leg before spring came like an explosion? You never left the apartment all winter. You barely walked me.