Sometimes when you really love someone, you blind yourself to the smallest things. Even though it hurts, you just let it go, pretend nothing happened, and move on because you don’t wanna lose that person. What sucks more is if that same person doesn’t know how shitty you feel. Prioritizing other people’s happiness can feel really rewarding, but it sucks when you also forget to make yourself happy.
It’s been a while since I last saw/talked to you. I miss you so much and I hate feeling like this. It hurts and it sucks, but I have to be strong and deal with it.
I’m tired of dealing with people who keeps on talking shit and spreading unnecessary BS behind each other’s back. There’s a difference between stating facts and not being a good friend. So, I’m gonna separate myself from fake/half-assed friends who doesn’t have anything else to do but put people down and enjoy seeing other people suffer just coz they think they’re better than them. I don’t wanna surround myself with negative people. Grow up, stop being immature and start acting like your age. Js
I agree with this quote. The thing that I don’t understand is… Why can’t SOME parents do this to their own child? I honestly think that children are taught to respect their patents or elderlies, but why can’t parents do the same? I think that the more a parent disrespect or treat their kids poorly, the more they would rebel, gain negative attitude, and would wanna grow up faster. Parents should offer a comfortable house for their kids, not hell. I mean, if I have my own kids, I wouldn’t want them feeling like they’re not appreciated or that they don’t have a say. I want my future kids to value respect & family.
No matter how much you mature, through age or experiences, you’ll never get rid of your inner child.