You fell out of love, because? One doesn’t wake up in the morning and say, “Oh my gosh. I don’t love him/her anymore.” If that ain’t lame, then it’s just weak and pathetic. But why do many people use this excuse to break up with someone? Maybe because it’s easy to say, it’s brief — it sums up everything. Like the fling you started with … Continue reading Why “I fell out of love” is the lamest excuse
Many regrets stem from being tongue-tied. Having no confidence at all, being stuck in fear — just not making a move on anything. But is living in the bubble of “what ifs” going to give you an answer? Continue reading What if you told them how you felt?
When your heart’s broken, you can’t sleep. Your mind’s filled with haze, with questions, with fear. And even if you fall asleep, you’ll find yourself waking up at three in the morning just because your heart’s too heavy and you can’t breathe. You then beat yourself up for being unworthy, for being not enough, for being ugly, and for being replaceable. When your heart’s broken, … Continue reading If your heart’s been broken, I hope you love again
I had a meaningful conversation with my boyfriend over flat whites and a piece of chocolate cake, and we talked about how we managed to stay with each other for four years. I’m not much of a relationship sharer, but here’s just a glimpse of it. We’ve been through a substantial amount of jealousy and survived. We’ve had our share of unimaginable fights here and … Continue reading Love the person, not the fantasy you created
I hope you find love that knows no secrets. The kind of love that won’t keep you guessing, won’t keep you worrying. The kind of love that makes you happy not because of the lies that go along with the moment, but the truths that deserve to be known. The kind of love that knows no white lies, for lies are neither black nor white. … Continue reading I hope you find that love.