“You need to associate with the people that inspire you, people that challenge you, people that challenge you to rise higher, people that make you better.
Don’t waste your valuable time with people that are not adding to your growth. Your destiny is too important.”—Joel Osteen (via cornflake-box)
I don’t know why I get so angry when some guys approach me in the most typical way? Maybe because I know it’s not genuine..or even when I always expressed how I feel about a situation, they still to make me feel bad about it or try to make me have feelings towards them
I’m so picky who I let in. I’m temperamental. I’m critical. I’m too observant for my own good. I pick up on things about people quickly. And I can quickly dismiss someone out of my life when I no longer feel like it is worth investing in anymore. It takes a lot for me to and it takes little to change my mind. I am harsh. I am selfish.
People romanticize every god damn thing. So much they distort love. Wrap people into their ideals. Believe that this or that is going to play out exactly what is in their heads. That things are suppose to feel a certain way and are going to play out a certain way. Fall so self destructively in love with the idea of potential and of the future—-they can’t even think of the present.
They can’t even see the person who they’re with right now.
“I’ll be honest with you, I’m a little bit of a loner. It’s been a big part of my maturing process to learn to allow people to support me. I tend to be very self-reliant and private. And I have this history of wanting to work things out on my own and protect people from what’s going on with me.”—Kerry Washington
And it saddens me How human relationships Are as fragile as thin Inexpensive threads Measly and breakable Two or three days of No communications Could change warm smiles Of sweet companionship Into awkward unfamiliar Stares of strangers meeting again
“But rarely do you ever tell people about the true depths of your loneliness, about how you feel more and more alienated from your friends each passing day and you’re not sure how to fix it. It seems like everyone is just better at living than you are.”—Ryan O’Connell