I love this photo so much. It’s like, they don’t have much, but that’s ok because all they need is each other.
Anonymous said: I had this thing going on with this guy for over a year but we haven't spoke for about half a year now but I think about him all the time and it really frustrates me because I can't stop thinking about us and I just don't know what to do
I know, I know - easier said than done. I feel you, believe me. But it really does work. Throw yourself into something meaningful, something you love - whether it’s art, reading, dancing, going to the gym, baking, whatever. Spend your free time doing things that make you happy and you’ll be so happy and busy that you’ll have less time to think of him.
Other than that - give it more time. With time he won’t be the first thing you think of in the morning, he’ll be the second, then the third, then the fourth, and so on and so forth until he only crosses your mind every once in awhile. There’s no universal timeline for getting over someone. Everyone’s different. Just know that it will happen. I promise.
2 days ago
"Does my name pass through your mind when it’s 3 am and you’re wide awake?"-(via wer-will-liebeslieder)
Anonymous said: Hi there! I love your blog so much, it's perfection. My english isn't great but I need your help. I'm in love with this guy from school. A few months ago I told him I like him, but he said he doesn't like me that way. Last week I started to have converstations with him again on whapp and he was just the sweetest person in the world. I told him about my eating disorder but I kinda felt like he don't care. My freinds said I should let him go, but should I really do that? I really love him.
It seems like if he says he doesn’t like you that way, then you should take that as the truth. That doesn’t mean he’s not a nice guy and it doesn’t mean he’s not a great person to be friends with. But sometimes a love connection isn’t flowing between two people.
But believe me, it will happen with the guy who deserves it. He’ll be someone who cares about the things you tell you and wants to support you. He’ll be sweet and kind and loving. Just imagine, if you could care about someone so much like this guy now and he’s not even the perfect guy for you - imagine how amazing it will be with the right person
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Anonymous said: hi, i'm 17 years old and i've been in a relationship for almost 2 years now. we love eachother very much but in a last month or so he started to change. he can be really frustrated or angry at me for no particular reason and usually he is in a bad mood. when i ask him what is wrong he says nothing. i know that there are no problems at home because we tell eachother everything. he sleeps at my place every weekend and we are together everyday. i am really scared that he is getting tired of me..
Sometimes there are things that are hard to share even when you tell each other everything. If he’s been acting distant it could be that. Or he could be stressed about school/work/life in general.
If yall love each other very much, then I think it’s pretty safe to say he’s not getting tired of you. I would suggest having an open and honest conversation where you talk to him about what you’ve noticed. Make sure he knows you’re concerned, not mad. Reassure him that he can talk to you about anything - whether its family stuff, life stuff, relationship stuff, etc. Remind him that you can handle it and want to be there for him.
I hope this helps,
2 days ago
"Acting like you don’t care is not letting it go."-Penelope Douglas, Bully (Fall Away #1)