A disastrous flaw in our design is that the heart always defies the brain.
In the break-up of a marriage the world inclines to take the side of the partner with most vitality, rather than the one apparently least to blame.
Hold on, and dont put us on hold
The actuality that the heart does not want to feel, doesn’t negate the certitude that it once felt and will still feel.
…getting dumped is predictable, repetitive, and boring.They want to stay friends; they feel smothered; it’s always them and it’s never you; and afterward you’re devastated and they’re relieved; it’s over for them and just starting for you.
Blaming the ex for the breakup is like blaming the clothes for not fitting you.
Everything is all right,
When you’re here,
When you’re right next to me,
When my hand is in yours,
Don’t leave me,
Don’t leave me empty handed.
What I want to know is how you go on when you look around
and don’t see anywhere you want to go without the only person
you can’t have.
I missed you more now than I had when I lost you. I was forgetting the bad things faster than I forgot the good, and the changing ratio felt a little bit like falling in love even though I was actually speaking to you less and less.
Trust is very hard to earn, yet very easily to lose. So, if you want people to perceive you as trust worthy make sure you always behave that way.