Some people will only try to win you back after they lose you. When they remember that you have options, when they remember that someone out there will treat you better, when they remember that you’re not going to accept being an option forever.
Relationships & Dating
It’s important to get rid of all reminders. Getting rid of the things that you two shared may not be easy but it’s necessary. You don’t get rid of the reminders out of revenge or bitterness, you get rid of them to create space for the new, and create a space that’s free of any painful memories.
I find that most times, when I do decide to go after a person that I want, they hardly ever fit that typical person I picture I see in my mind.
Dating is hard enough for our generation without almost-relationships confusing the hell out of us.
Swiping right and reading “It’s a match!” boosts my confidence for a moment, then it stagnates once again. The countless “hey what’s up?” messages all become meshed into one, and I can’t be bothered.
Why wait impatiently for someone to say it to you? If it’s on the tip of your tongue, in the forefront of your mind, at the bottom of your heart whenever you think of someone, it’s evident. It’s evident your soul is longing for the emotion to be known, and why does that have to be such a bad thing?
We are only able to trust someone else as much as we trust ourselves. We can only know someone as much as we know ourselves.