Nadine Carmela -
Go to heaven for the climate, go to hell for the company.

Sometimes i wish i didn’t associate certain songs with certain memories because then i reminisce instead of enjoying a good song.

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starting things a little bit earlier than usual

I don’t know why, but I like listening to sad songs

One of the worst/best things to feel is reminiscing when you hear a song. All of the songs on my personal are sad songs about my boyfriend, but I actually want this one to be a good one. Also because, I don’t want to forget this certain memory and sometimes you need to write these kinds of things down.

Story: 

For the first time, I snuck out of my house at 1am to go to his house. We napped for an hour, and it was the first time I was able to experience the whole “waking up next to someone you love” except, a more teenage version of it. We both woke up and I played this song, really cliche, but it’s what those text posts hype up. Waking up at 3am, complete darkness and silence, only this song playing, wrapped up in his arms. 

Right now this remembering it will make me really happy, and one day reading/listening to this will make me really sad. But I don’t want to forget what this felt like. 

(Source: Spotify)

floatingmemories:

stop romanticizing the idea of becoming so dependent on another human being that you cannot function adequately without their presence goodbye

I’m sorry but this post bothers me, and yeah maybe it’s because I can relate to it. Two people in a partnership do not decide or want to become so dependent on each other that they cannot function. No one goes into a relationship wanting that. It’s just something that happens, and you can’t help it. That person becomes part of your daily routine and if they are gone, then things are different, weird. It’s not about being dependent on another human being, it’s more about having an intimate connection with them that you don’t want to break. This isn’t about a boyfriend/girlfriend either, this post can be applicable to best friends, siblings, cousins, parents, etc. Yes, I am romanticizing this concept, but this post is degrading a precious bond that no one wants to miss out on, whether you want to admit it or not. 

(via wintergirlsforever)

Sometimes I wonder why people are so afraid of rejection and being hurt, to a point where they give up and don’t care. But if you go on through life with that thought process, then how do you expect yourself to find someone that’s worth it? If you want to meet someone that’s worthy, then it won’t be easy. You’ll probably get hurt in the process, but that’s how you learn. I don’t think anyone wants to be with a person who half asses everything because they’re afraid.

it has come to a point where i just see the flaws in a majority of the people around me 

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