“If there’s anything I’ve learned from dating, it’s that all good things come to an end.”
As an anxious person, there is nothing worse than trying to get in touch with someone and them not answering or getting back to you when you need them to. As your brain slowly starts to disintegrate, illogical thoughts merge together and several things go wrong at once. By the time the end of the day comes around, you have convinced yourself that either you are unwanted or the worst has happened.
She never texts you first because she feels like she’s wasting her time.
This behavior is not only dangerous but stifling to innovation and the development of new ideas.
I’m not saying it’s the end of the world but I think this might be the end of the world.
They think ‘Rick and Morty’ is literally the most important thing to happen to pop culture and if you don’t watch it, it’s because you’re not smart enough.
What’s a war without a good meme???
I took this interesting lesson from watching my cats’ behaviour for a day. They are always happy, because they live in the moment. Their biggest concern is where their next meal comes from, which is usually in their bowls same time everyday. Now I recognise as humans it is so hard to live like this, but think of it this way, that thing you’re worrying about? It’s not going to go away because you’re worrying about it.
I often look up at the night sky, a cup of tea in my hands. This is especially on the days I encounter negativity and people being cruel to me.
We idealise romantic love in a way that can be damaging, it creates this fantasy that can’t really be lived up to.