You can't just give up on someone because the situation is not ideal. Great relationships aren't great because they don't have any issues - they are great because both people care enough about the other person to find a way to make it work.
I think you know you've found the one when you aren't scared of the storms to come as long as they're holding your hand to pull you through them.
I hope you love yourself enough to recognize the things you don’t like about your life and I hope you find the courage to change them.
If you’re with the right person, it brings out the best version of you.
Goals so big you get uncomfortable telling small minded people.
I think about us. Always. I don’t know if it’s the end of the chapter and you’ll return later on or it’s the end of the story, but I can’t help but think of you. I love you. I miss you. And I’m sorry this is the way it became.
I want to travel the world with you.
My toxic trait? I face everything on my own and don’t admit I need help because I’d rather struggle than burden other people with my problems.
Everyone is so focused on acting savage, busy and heartless these days. Meanwhile, I’m searching for the humans that believe in compassion, love and human connection.
I was so broken over you - but life goes on what can you do.
My New Years resolution is to stop wondering if I’m good enough for other people and start wondering if they’re good enough for me.
Falling for someone’s lies over and over again in a relationship doesn’t make you stupid or foolish. It makes you beautiful. You believe in this person, in all the good there is still left, over and over again. Of course it would be better if you didn’t, but it does not make you stupid at all. It makes you loving, passionate, courageous and a fighter. So even after the relationship is over and you realize you should have never trust the person, don’t get angry with yourself. Don’t get mad. You weren’t stupid, you weren’t foolish. You were full of love. #wordsbywildfiresss