When you love someone, you think about them all the time.
When you love someone, you think about ways to make them happy.
When you love someone, you think about ways to make their life easier.
When you love someone, you do them favors all the time.
When you love someone, you give them things.
When you love someone, you do nice things to them.
When you love someone, you give them your attention whenever they want/need it.
When you love someone, you thrive on the attention they give you.
When you love someone, they mean everything…
Your love is the air you breathe, the oxygen in your lungs, heart, and brain.
Your love’s affection is the blood pumping through your veins.
Your love’s attention is the sunlight on your face.
When your love isn’t around, you feel like your suffocating.
When your love isn’t loving you, you feel like you’re dying.
When your love isn’t paying attention to you, you feel like you’re in darkness.
When all three things happen at once, you feel like nothing.
Your emotions are numb, and your body has no feeling.
You are in a coma, as if you simply stopped existing.
When someone hurts your love, you want them to suffer.
When you hurt your love, you want them to suffer even more.
And suffer, you do.
When your love hurts you, you suffer a little.
When your love doesn’t make it up to you, you suffer a lot.
After suffering a lot – for long enough – you start to hurt your love back without even wanting to.
There is no worse horror then feeling out of control.
There is no worse feeling than knowing you can’t fix what you broke.
There is not worse moment than when you have these feelings.
Sometimes I want to cry out in pain.
Sometimes I want to cry out for forgiveness.
Sometimes I want to cry out in loneliness.
One day you are happy.
Then, someone comes into your life and you are happier than before.
Then, they leave your life and you forget what happiness even is.
Can you learn how to get that feeling back?
Has it been stolen, and can only be returned by the one who stole it?
Or did you just place it in that person’s hands, and they drifted away?
I have my faults, but… (a)
I have my fatal flaws, but… (b)
I have my demons, but… (c)
a. I am a good & loving person.
b. My good points still make me worth it.
c. There is hope: Someday, I will overcome what brings me down.
I know that you have a hard time forgiving me.
I know that you have a hard time liking me.
I know that you have a hard time being patient for me.
I hope that you realize where you went wrong.
I hope that you realize that you can make it better.
I hope you realize that you can change who you are – and need to.
Every second you weren’t hugging me was a painful eternity.
Every second you weren’t near me my brain was burning.
Every second you weren’t loving me my heart slowly died.
Eternally hopeful – in both of us to become better people – I will be.
Eternally caring and forgiving – you can count on that.
Eternally I will be there if need me – just not the same way as before.
Have faith that I have strength to fix my weaknesses.
Give yours some work and some time.
When you are ready, come to me, reconcile, and lets bury this properly.
Someday, you and I can be ready to stop hurting each other.
I believe that day is destined to be.
But don’t put that day off for too long.
Everybody dies sometime.
Most die unexpectedly before their time.
Sometimes, that death is just a death inside.