If I had a time machine would I go back in time? I’m not sure. It’s ok to feel regret sometimes.
You cannot change the past, but what you can change is the present—who and where you are right now.
She will be all you think you’re looking for, but she will not be who you want her to be.
“It is not the number of positive experiences that dictate our enjoyment of life. It is the intensity with which we pay attention to them that matters.”
It hurt. Doing this hurt. Caring about him hurt. Being his friend hurt. Loving him hurt. Letting him go for a final time, letting him go in all seriousness hurt. And I still am not sorry, I still wouldn’t take any of it back.
She’ll be the type you’ll hurt when you’re young and you’ll live to regret it when you’re older.
The best way to make him regret leaving you is by acting like it was the best thing that could have ever happened to you.
You shattered my trust, and had I had time to focus on that I never would have been able to let him in.
I know you gave me everything you had. It just wasn’t enough.
I feel sorry for you. For her. For what the both of you had the potential to be, but never became. A close-but-not-close-enough, a halfway connection, an almost-love.