Because she isn’t scared off by difficulties. When you are struggling, she will be there offering a steady hand to hold. When you are upset, she will listen and console you.
Who friend-zones their boyfriend of 3 years? I do, apparently.
You’ve lost someone you cared for. You’ve lost someone who made you smile. You’ve lost someone you imagined a future with.
You should look forward to date nights, not dread them. You should be eager to call your person, not keep putting it off.
You ruin a perfectly good relationship by not giving anything back to your partner when they desperately need your compassion. By not lending them ears when they are having a hard time. By not lending them your shoulder to cry on when they are depressed or anxious or blue. You ruin a perfectly good relationship by not caring about what they need and want.
There’s no shame in waiting, so stay single until you find a relationship worth fighting for.
She takes risks. She believes in second chances. She hasn’t given up on herself yet — and she isn’t going to give up on you either.
The best relationships are the ones that come as a surprise, when your feelings totally sneak attack you.
Clearly, she can’t do something to fight for your love.
You’ll feel the ugliest around boys that aren’t interested. Boys that send mixed signals. Boys that act like they couldn’t care less whether you stay in their life or left.