If you have lost someone you love unconditionally, if you feel like you won’t ever get out of the overwhelming pain that encompasses you, I’m here to tell you that one day you’ll wake up and it won’t be so heavy to hold.
Whatever is truly meant for you will always find you. So, if people are meant to be in your life for the long run, they’ll show back up.
I am here to tell you this: If someone wants you to soften your edge and put out the fire or makes you feel silly for having big emotions, then you need to run.
You are not wrong for loving someone wholeheartedly. It is not a character flaw to believe in another human being.
It will most definitely be the hardest thing we do, and we have to do it over and over again because it will always be worth doing.
If there is anything that I could ask of other people out there, hurting like I hurt, it’s that you see the hope in the small stuff. You let those little hopes add up and you allow them to get bigger and bigger.
It’s okay to experience someone in a phase that may not be forever — that’s where we learn the most about ourselves.
When you choose to live in a world where the lies you tell yourself are the truth, you ensure that your life will be a fucking mess.
But most of you will just call me nice—and I’ll giggle. Or you’ll say I’m cute and I’ll smile.
To be in love with yourself wholeheartedly is to have the capacity to understand that the type of love we deserve could never obliterate us in the end.