Because after you’ve fallen, after the easy part is over, the hard part is convincing someone to stay. How do you show them only the parts of you that are worth loving? How do you hide the parts that aren’t?
Love Is Easy Loving Is Hard
Real love is about real life. And real life will never be constantly beautiful. Real life will never be breezy. Real life will never be perfect. And just like life, real love is a work progress. So don’t expect love to be easy. Don’t expect love to be perfect. After all, no one is. Nothing is.
If you have a Chuck-and-Blair or a Rachel-and-Ross or a Ted-and-Robin kind of relationship, I hate to break it to you but you’re probably with the wrong person.
Love is being so, so beautiful together, but it’s also about being just as wonderful apart.
Seeing their face go from crumpled to comforted will make you see that it’s not about the struggle or the tragedy. It’s about the healing. And you were a part of that. You were a big part of that.
Love yourself enough to demand the respect you deserve from everyone else around you because you are worth it.
This kind of love feels peaceful, even in the stormy days.
Virgos are actually pretty paranoid people, but nobody ever knows because they maintain the most chill demeanor at all times.
Wherever you might be right now, I want you to look in to the nearest mirror, and say, “I am beautiful.” Say it more than once, say it over and over, shout it, sing it, embody it.
She will give you all her heart, once she believes that you’re never going to leave her.