We all talk a lot about moving on. About letting go. About healing and forgetting. About putting ourselves first. About saving ourselves. About putting the pieces back together after we’re broken. We talk about saying goodbye, coming clean, washing away the pain. We talk about moving on. We write and we cry and then we… Continue reading The bitter truth about why we suck at moving on
They say that when you’re trying to get over someone it takes half of the time that you were together to fully move on. So if you were together for a year, you have six months of living hell ahead of you. Four years, two years ahead of you. A month, two weeks. And so… Continue reading The amount of time it takes to get over someone. Or maybe not.
1.Actively ignore your snapchats and messages. Always be sure to never open them until they’ve been sitting there for at least an hour. (A minute). 2. Remind myself you don’t give a shit if I watch them or not and this overthinking is borderline pathetic. 3. Pick my nails. Wonder if it’s possible to ever… Continue reading A list of things I try to do instead of texting you
I swung my wardrobe door open to see nothing except a HUGE pile of clothes. I placed my hands on my hips and titled my head to the side wondering if it would look tidier at a different angle. It didn’t. Oh! Did I need to add that opening the door caused clothes to spew… Continue reading 5 small ways to make big changes
“I know it’s hard. Believe me. I know it feels like tomorrow will never come and today will be the most difficult day to get through. But I swear you will get through. The hurt will pass as it always does. If you give it and let it go. So let it go. Slowly. Like… Continue reading Take a moment
“The drought was the very worst. When the flowers that we grew together died of thirst. It was months, and months of back and forth. You’re still all over me like a wine stained dress I can’t wear anymore. Hung my head as I lost the war, and the sky turned black like a perfect… Continue reading Clean
“I don’t know what living a balanced life feels like. When I am sad, I don’t cry I pour. When I am happy, I don’t smile I glow. When I am angry, I don’t yell I burn. The good thing about feeling in extremes is when I love, I give them wings. But perhaps that… Continue reading Feeling in extremes