Now, I don’t think love is blind. Love is a lot of things but it is not blind, it is anything but blind. Love is the only thing that sees everything clearly.
If he flat out tells you he isn’t sure he wants to be with you forever, well…he did you a favor.
As happy as I am – and, for the most part, I truly am – you should also know that I, at times, become equally sad. I have a strong urge to cry in regard to pretty much any emotion, at any time.
Whatever you do, don’t position the whole thing as a gift she gets to give you.
Please remember that everyone is worth loving but only some are worth the kind of pain that makes all your countless effort to love worth it.
Whispering sweet nothings in each other’s ear or sending love letters back and forth are ways couples of yesteryear conveyed their deep feelings for each other. Today, you have other options.
Simple gestures are the ones that speak volumes and show thought and care.
Try looking in the mirror every single morning and saying those words out loud. So I did.
It occurred to me to question the message their songs put across to teenage girls at a time when their development of self and sense of self-esteem are still being moulded by what they see and hear around them.
True love ultimately wants what’s best for the other, even when it can’t be you.