It seems like so many people have dated that one person that isn’t right for them. However, they don’t notice it until it’s too late. They’re too far invested, or they feel like people are going to judge them and say “I told you so.” Just a word of advice if you are in a situation like this, it’s never too late.
When we are teenagers getting ready to graduate high school, or even college, we start to think about life outside of the four walls of school. We’ve all seen the movies. People go to college to party, they graduate with honors, and everything in their lives works out perfectly. However, in real life, this isn’t the case at all. This is where we have to ask ourselves if we are prepared for what the world has in store for us.
These days it seems like there are so many people all around us who have some kind of mental health problems such as anxiety, depression, etc. Unfortunately, this makes it a little difficult for the people around us who don’t have these problems. It’s so important for them to understand what we’re feeling even though we can’t always express it ourselves.
Everybody is always going to have some kind of opinion on who you date. Whether or not you decide to listen is completely up to you. There are so many reasons that a person shouldn’t pay any attention to what other people are saying when it comes to relationships.
There are always things that people should let go to make their lives a little better. It’s a matter of actually letting them go that seems to hold individuals up though.
Dear Friend, I’m sorry. That was never my intention when I began new chapter of my life. I might not go out and party like I used to, but that doesn’t mean that I think I’m better than you. My priorities have changed ...
Distance. It can be one of the worst or best things that can happen with any relationship or friendship. People start out together, but then one thing leads to another, and before they know it, they’ve drifted apart.