The heartache from losing my wife is unequivocal to anything I’ve felt before.
Okay, I’m just gonna say what we’re all thinking: Putting yourself out there is scary.
What I want is someone unafraid of staying loyal, of settling down.
I don’t want to feel ecstatic one morning then feel broken the next day. I don’t want to be in a relationship with someone just because it’s convenient.
A person not seeing your worth is not an invitation to try to prove them wrong. It’s a sign that this person is not meant to be in your life because the ones who see your worth don’t need proof.
We went to his house and he kisses me and says ‘when is a good time to tell you how emotionally unavailable I am?’
I want to be listened to, respected, and treated in the same way I want to listen to, respect, and treat my partner.
In the grand scheme of things, love is simple. The person who wants to talk to you will find a way to talk to you. The person who wants to see you, will not decline your invitations.
You don’t need the emptiness of another swipe–you need the fullness of your Savior.
Because if a person decides to give you the silent treatment, they rarely take it back.