“Don’t give him the power. You should have the power.” “Don’t be the one who cares more and lose your power.” “Don’t show too much interest or else you’ll give her the power.” “Don’t make the first move and lose your power.” I don’t know how this absurd trend started and when it will stop.
This year, you settled. You settled in your relationships, in your career, in your friendships and in who you spent time with. You put yourself in second place. You put your goals on hold. You put your worth and threw it away. Why? You didn’t know your own value. You didn’t even know who you
Almost relationships are always going in circles. They are always uncertain, timid and unsure. They are a rollercoaster of adrenaline and butterflies. Almost relationships are as passionate as they are scary. And they are always, always going to hurt the hardest. I had my first ‘almost relationship’ in college. Before that, I was a serial
Maybe at this point in your life it sometimes feels like it is, but it shouldn’t be. It’s not a prison. It shouldn’t look like one, it shouldn’t sound like one, and it certainly shouldn’t operate like one. You should be able to hang out with your friends, with your family, with your co-workers, even with the
1. How he treats his mother or woman figures in life. How he treats her, how he talks about her and the relationship he has with her will give you insight into the relationship he’ll have with you in the future. 2. How he treats those doing a service for him. You can tell everything
1. We are mature for our age. We aren’t interested in dating games. We aren’t interested in seeing where things go. We are old souls, which means while some people our age might be okay with almost relationships and casual flings, we are ready for something serious. Something that has the potential to last a lifetime. 2. We crave
1. There are going to be nights when youfeel alone. When you come to the edge of tears. When you are tempted to pick up the phone and text your ex because you’re not used to their sudden absence. That’s natural. That’s unavoidable. 2. You will have to do some spring cleaning. You will throw out their presents. You
Date someone who was born in July. See the summer in their blood. They were born in the hottest heat and sunshine is their birthright. Watch as they light up the room. Date someone who was born in July. Celebrate with them. March in parades and light up fireworks. Throw the party. Work the crowd.
I was really difficult to have to deal with huh? I think I was. I’ve been doing a lot of thinking lately, now that I am in a much better place. I’ve been looking back at the past years, the most difficult times. I still can’t believe I’ve managed to crawl out of that hellhole.
I have had my heart broken by someone I never even dated. Someone I had been texting back and forth with for weeks. When he stopped answering my texts and returning my calls, I was confused. I was hurt. I kept trying to get in touch with him, even though I knew it made me look