Hindi siguro ako ganun kaganda sayo kaya di mo ko magustuhan at iwan mo ko basta-basta ‘no? Alam ko naman kasi na mas madaming maganda dyan kaysa sakin; mas sexy pa. Pero alam mo, wala ng magmamahal sayo gaya ng pagmamahal na ginawa ko para sayo. Wala ka ng taong makikilala na gaya ng ugali ko na ganto. Nag-iisa lang ako eh. Hindi man ako ganun kaganda gaya nila, hindi man ako ganun ka-sexy gaya nila, alam ko na may magmamahal din sakin na higit pa sa pagmamahal ko para sa kanya. Yung hindi tinitignan kung ano ang itsura dahil mas matimbang pa rin ang kagandahang loob para sa kanya.
Don’t stop chasing.
I think that one of the biggest reason why relationships do not work out in the long run is because at one point, one side (or both) stops trying. Before one claims another person as their significant other, they would do anything to make that person happy. They would chase, they would flirt, they would be charming. They would send daily morning and goodnight texts every time you wake up or go to sleep. They would write corny messages and pick up lines just to make sure that there is a smile upon your face. But once they claim you as theirs, all of those things eventually stop. The 5 page texts slowly turn into 1. The constant calls turn into not calling at all. And the lovely endearments turn into daily arguments. In order for a relationship to work, don’t ever stop chasing. Just because the person you want is now consider “yours”, it does not mean they deserve anything less than the time when you’re trying to win them over.
Words hurt, you know. It hurts people emotionally, not physically. When we got hurt by words, we usually keep in our selves. We don’t let others know what we feel inside. We act strong, even though we’re about to break and fall. Words explain a lot of things, everything. It helps you express what you feel toward a thing or a person. But sometimes, the way you use your words, makes a person misunderstood what you mean. And this misunderstanding can hurt them or lead them in pain. So we better take care of the words going out from our mouth. We should know how to handle our words. Think first before anything else. Remember, not all words make sense.
For when you’re at your worst, they would understand what you’ve been through and comfort you from there. They’ll listen to what you have to say and not be judgemental about it. Find someone who not only would understand, but would be willing to be there for you through thick and thin. No matter what happens, if they say that they’ll always be there, they’ll actually take their word for it. More importantly, find someone who would understand you like no one ever has.
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