“In life, as in art, some endings are bittersweet. Especially when it comes to love. Sometimes fate throws two lovers together only to rip them apart. Sometimes the hero finally makes the right choice but the timing is all wrong. And, as they say, timing is everything. Looks like this story might just have a second act. Let’s hope it’s not a tragedy.”—Gossip Girl
Too much togetherness can be the reason for break – ups. Spending time part gives you new stories to share and helps you grow as a person. When you see each other little less, you value your time together more.
“When I don’t take the medications, my writing is extraordinary and my words paint the page in beautifully exquisite strokes. And re-reading it will make you feel alive, and ignite fireworks inside you, like those Fourth of July shows you watched with your family when you were little. When I don’t take the medications, my parents are scared of me, and I feel like I can’t breathe. And I can’t speak properly and every awkward minute seems like the end of the world, and fills me with a terrifying sense of impending doom. So now I take the medications, and now I cannot write.”—(via ambivalently)
If I ever manage to get a boyfriend, I’d want them to tell me when I’m wrong. I want someone who will tell me I have to fight my own battles, instead of fighting them all for me. I want him to argue with me when we have different opinions. I want him to say “Stop being sad and get over it,” When I’m upset. When I say leave me alone, I want him to walk away and not follow me. I don’t want someone who will sugar coat reality. I want the truth.
We live in a world where it’s easier to fake a smile & act like everything’s fine than to fall apart & cry & to have people ask you why. It’s just easier to explain why your happy than trying to sort through all the complicated reasons why your not, especially when you don’t know why the smile that you wear is fake.
The MODERN MUTUAL UNDERSTANDING: You chill together, do things together, spend time with each other and you laugh together except one thing, commitment.
Then here’s the MODERN RELATIONSHIP: You chill together, do things together, spend time with each other and after a time fight each other, shout at each other, hurt one another, cheat one another, stay committed except one thing, being happy.