you know that gut feeling you get when you meet someone and feel like there is something definitely wrong with them and you should stay away and never trust this person. Nothing overt but something about the way they talk and their eyes.
how to resist the urge to tell someone they're wrong when you know they know theyre wrong and theyre trying to pull the wool over your eyes and you want them to know that you know they know but it wont get you anywhere
Do you know the feeling, if you get used to something and just noticed how much you liked it, when its gone?
Thats how i currently feel... i lost something i never though much about... and i already miss it qwq
Having that burden lifted will feel weirder than you realize, I think.
It will feel good, don't get me wrong, but the relief is so wild when it's something that serious.
I hope that you get your answers & it brings you what you need.
I know how it feels to live that way.
Sending LOTS of strength
to you and to try and help you feel better. The point is you are not feeling well and a partner helps their significant other to feel better even when they don't know exactly what to say. He can hold you, and try to comfort you. There is something wrong with him.
I know how you feel and this is exactly how I feel sometimes too. I wish I could do something more than say how much I care about you but I know that I mean it more than anything else I can say. Please know how loved you are, even if it doesn’t feel that way. 🖤
I don't know what issues you do and don't have with how I phrase things but in lieu of anything concrete I did wrong I can only assume that's a you problem. Maybe don't get shitty about how someone responds to another person when that person isn't you.
she did racist shit for personal gain and hid her tracks. that’s not how you handle something wrong when you’re disengaged from reality, it’s how you handle something wrong when you know you’re doing something wrong and you do it anyway
A short book that entirely changes the way you see the world, and how you feel about it, and how you see other people, and feel about them. It makes me feel that I can be a far better person, and shows me how. Something to read and re-read; something to grow old with.
there's something beautiful about thinking about how you want to go to a place, and you can almost imagine just how it looks, you know how it sounds, you remember things you did with your friends there and how that makes you feel, and it's a place that does not exist in any physical sense at all
I think that if something makes you uncomfortable/feels wrong, you should listen. You may not know yourself as well as you like, but you know when something doesn't feel right and it's not bad to listen to that. In my experience, most people end up unhappy because they DON'T listen to that feeling