Think about drinking on a weekday even though you barely even drink at the weekend. Wish you had that to numb the pain. Realise you don’t like the taste enough to drink it. Listen to your sad Taylor Swift playlist. See how long you last before the tears start falling. See how long your heart… Continue reading How to (almost) move on
Dear you, Wow. I have written about you so much that it seems silly for me to even say goodbye. But I just feel like it’s right. And I think I owe it to myself to be able to say goodbye. So that’s what I’m going to do. I miss you already. But this is… Continue reading Dear my almost lover. This is my final goodbye.
“When life has cut too deep and left you hurting. The future you had hoped for is now burning. And the dreams you held so tight lost their meaning. And you don’t know if you’ll ever find the healing. You’re gonna make it. You’re gonna make it. And the night can only last for so… Continue reading One day you will look for me in everyone but I won’t be found
Please look in the mirror and see the strong, beautiful, intelligent individual staring straight back at you. Do you see yourself? Do you see how strong you are for getting up this morning? Don’t you see how you are so much better than that stupid boy who tore your heart in to pieces and didn’t… Continue reading YOU ARE TOO GOOD FOR HIM
There’s a certain way to be single and I certainly haven’t received the memo on how to be that yet. So you’re single? Welcome to hell. It’s been waiting for you. It’s a whole new life and you’re going to love it. So this is how to be single…or not. 1.Stay obsessed with your ex… Continue reading How (not) to be single
Wake up at 8am but stay in bed until 11 just because you don’t want to face the day quite yet. Drag yourself up when you’re so hungry you could faint. Eat something. Go take a shower and finally wash your hair. It was getting ridiculous that you had left it for that long without… Continue reading When enough is enough
Lie in bed at night and listen to the traffic go by. And the noise of your laptop you accidentally left on. And your breath going in and out, in and out. Try to feel real. Try to see if you can hear the conversations of the people walking by. Wonder if those people are… Continue reading What to do when you lose the “one”