Volatile Couples: Volatile couples are definitely dealing with a lot of varying emotions consistently throughout their relationship, but the important thing (and the reason why they have healthy relationships) is that they get everything out in the open.
They say, “Yes you will suffer.” But they don’t say, “But you will also experience the deepest of joys. You will experience the births and deaths of the greatest of loves.
The fact that sometimes or a lot of times you have this human desire to be validated and you try to find that validation inwardly but sometimes it’s hard and you fail.
You let other people tell you why you could or couldn’t love yourself, forgetting that that permission belongs 100% to you and only you.
Learning to live with myself, void of substances, is exhausting.
I cling to pain like it’s some comfortable sweater.
You need to get over your past, and you need to get out of your own way.
Saying goodbye doesn’t mean feelings go out the window. Ending things doesn’t mean that emotions die and wither. Closure just puts an imaginary smiley face on top of your heart. An imaginary coat of paint to mask the hurt.
Stare at your screen, scroll through your phone quickly, without really seeing anything. Think about all of the people who are still sleeping. Envy them. They don’t even know how good they have it.
The fact that you can kind of hear their voice in your head when you’re reading a text from them, from sound to delivery to level of sarcasm.