Today’s fear is the fear that I am going to regret most of the decisions I am making right now.
That’s the way it goes. You’re afraid of something and convinced it is the worst thing that could ever happen. It happens or it doesn’t happen — but there’s no relief afterward. You just move on to the next worry.
My problem with going through a breakup isn’t that initial pain; it is the contradictions and misalignments that follow us for months and years to come.
It requires leaping without looking. It means being scared, but going for it anyway. It means knowing things might not work out, but giving it a shot.
Why is it that sometimes it feels easier to be broken than to heal?
I’m falling behind in a very specific way that is available for everyone to witness.
You lie to others to hide your greatest flaw.
I once read that I should think of my fear as an opportunity. Because once you have lived through your fears, you’ll have become who you were meant to be.
Parts of our lives will always be filled with hardships and some sort of fear. It’s up to you to find peace and understanding in knowing that the fears we don’t face become our limits.
I’m so frustrated with my inability to get past my deepest fear of all—the fear of giving another person the power to hurt me.