“I never liked to be sad, but I realized that sadness, too, is a feeling – a phase I have to go through.
There are two ways to live with sadness: let it hold you down at night, crawl with you in your bed and envelops you in its warm but dark embrace then let it push you up in the morning as you crawl out of bed and live your life.
Because when someone good comes into your life you don’t take them for granted. You value them and appreciate them and do things to ensure you don’t lose them.
I stood in the hallway overhearing a conversation. You didn’t know I was listening. “She’s the one.” And I believed you.
You are not alone. Don’t be ashamed — life is fucking hard sometimes. I believe you. I trust that the darkness you are sitting in feels loud and real and if you tell me what I can do to support you, I’m here and I will.
You hurt yourself when you haven’t established a foundation of self-love.
Sometimes I wonder what would have happened if I told I loved you when I knew.
I’m sure there are still songs you still think of her when they come on the radio and you don’t know if you should change it or just listen.
It’ll be on the roads you used to drive and you look over at an empty passenger seat thinking about when he used to be there.
In 2018 I can only hope I meet someone I love as deeply as I loved you. But more than that I hope I meet someone who can love me the way I deserve.