A broken heart means a broken brain. You have trouble concentrating on work. You have trouble motivating yourself to get your chores done. You have trouble thinking about anything, except for the person who walked away.
Love & Romance
You push people away. You assume that every relationship is going to end in heartbreak, that you’re going to find a way to mess it all up.
One day, it won’t hurt to look at them. One day, you’ll be happy that you have mementos of your past.
You don’t realize that she’s hurting, because she’s perfected her fake smile, her fake laugh. She knows how to look like she’s having the time of her life when she’s secretly dying inside. She knows how to fool you into believing she’s okay.
I want to kiss you, but I’ll keep acting like you’re just a friend.
Attention. She’s not going to beg you to hang out with her or send you ten texts in an hour. She’s not going to nag you until you give her everything she deserves. She wants your attention — but she wants you to give it willingly.
What if we will never be prepared on our own? What if the universe has designed the kind of completeness that we seek in ourselves to be attained with another person?
She might come across as clingy, but that’s only because she likes to latch onto the good things in life.
I know you gave me everything you had. It just wasn’t enough.
Even the shortest text to you would be like opening a door and letting you back into my life. It would be like admitting that I missed you more than you missed me. It would be like handing you my heart and giving you the chance to hurt me all over again.