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"Sometimes people don’t understand the promises they’re making when they make them."  #hazel #tfios

"Sometimes people don’t understand the promises they’re making when they make them." #hazel #tfios


“And I want to get better, I want to tell them. But I’m so scared and I don’t want my mom to know.She won’t get it.(r.i.d)

And I want to get better, I want to tell them. But I’m so scared and I don’t want my mom to know.She won’t get it.(r.i.d)

Look At Me
Carrie Underwood
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Darling look at me
I’ve fallen like a fool for you
Darling can’t you see?
I’d do anything you want me too
I tell myself, I’m into deep
Then I fall a little further
Every time you look at me

Only an act of true love can thaw a frozen heart.

"I’m scared of who I’m becoming. I’m slowly losing myself. I’m out of control and that terrifies me more than anything." (r.i.d)

"I’m scared of who I’m becoming. I’m slowly losing myself. I’m out of control and that terrifies me more than anything." (r.i.d)

You are the one I have always been writing for.
Ten word poem /// r.i.d (via inkskinned)
Trust

Spongebob: What if I break your trust someday?

Patrick: Trusting you is my decision, proving me wrong is yours.

Did you already experience that “feeling” when you have trusted someone so much and they proved you wrong? That situation where you never thought that that person will betray you by spilling your secret because you know that they are not someone who can do that and you trusted them so much but they proved you wrong?

It hurts. 

Even though months already passed after that, the pain still lingers. It makes you want to cry while asking endless “whys” to yourself. There’s still this heavy weight and feeling of ‘betrayal’ in your heart whenever you see that person. You want to be mad at them and confront them and tell them how much they’ve hurt you but…it’s useless. The damage was already said and done. You can’t do anything about it anymore no matter how much you get mad and cry but to just accept the fact that things won’t be the same anymore.

It hurts. Especially if that someone you trusted so much is like a sister or brother to you. It will leave a permanent scar on your heart and a belief that if that person can betray you, then everyone can do that to you too.

What happened to us?

trinabelsungbels:

Every once in a while, I’ll start to get that empty feeling in my heart again and I’ll read through our old messages to see what went wrong. We used to be so close. We talked every single day, texted 24/7, and talked on the phone for hours, and now we can hardly keep a conversation going. I miss you, I miss us, I miss the memories, I miss everything that had to do with you.

thediaryofayoungman:
Date a Girl Who Reads
Date a girl who reads. Date that someone who has a collection of books rather than a collection of designer clothes. She wants to go on an unlimited adventure by reading another creative fictitious novel or another romantic tear-jerker from Nicholas Sparks. 
Find a girl who reads, that someone who spends her vacant hours at school inside the library. She is that person who owns a local library card ever since she was ten.
You can often find her inside the bookstore, looking at the new titles shelf. She quietly cries whenever she finds the perfect book or the book she was looking for ever since.
She is that person who wants to wait inside the coffee shop and just read. She is lost on the make-believe world the author has written for her. Sit down next to her, then she might give you this weird look because she never wants to be interrupted. Ask her about the book, whether if she liked it or not.
Buy her a cup of coffee.
She is that someone who enjoys a long bus ride but doesn’t mind the jittery ride and just continues to read, unmindful of all the guys that want to talk to her. Don’t disturb her now, you might be ignored by her forever.
Get her books for her birthday, for New Year’s or even Valentine’s as well. She will never be able to complain. Don’t forget about the books she listed on her wish list for Christmas. Her life resembles on her favorite book. It’s probably the only thing that she understands.
Disappoint her, because a girl who reads knows that the ointment to disappointment are books. You don’t need to always be there for her. Giving her a book will remind her of your presence. Don’t be something that you are not, to her. She knows well that people are like characters. It takes them time to grow. If you find a girl who reads, keep her away from society, for she is a prized catch.
If you find her depressed for days together, ask her about the title of the book that she read. Understand what the story meant to her and hold her. She needs it very badly. She may not cry, but her hug will speak a thousand words, and her smile will make your day.
Propose to her – with a bookmark. She will understand.
Date a girl who reads because you deserve it. She can make your life colorful and yet make you feel grounded. Don’t tempt her with vices of the material world, they mean nothing to her. Show her the way to the world of books and she will show you the way to her heart.

thediaryofayoungman:

Date a Girl Who Reads

Date a girl who reads. Date that someone who has a collection of books rather than a collection of designer clothes. She wants to go on an unlimited adventure by reading another creative fictitious novel or another romantic tear-jerker from Nicholas Sparks. 

Find a girl who reads, that someone who spends her vacant hours at school inside the library. She is that person who owns a local library card ever since she was ten.

You can often find her inside the bookstore, looking at the new titles shelf. She quietly cries whenever she finds the perfect book or the book she was looking for ever since.

She is that person who wants to wait inside the coffee shop and just read. She is lost on the make-believe world the author has written for her. Sit down next to her, then she might give you this weird look because she never wants to be interrupted. Ask her about the book, whether if she liked it or not.

Buy her a cup of coffee.

She is that someone who enjoys a long bus ride but doesn’t mind the jittery ride and just continues to read, unmindful of all the guys that want to talk to her. Don’t disturb her now, you might be ignored by her forever.

Get her books for her birthday, for New Year’s or even Valentine’s as well. She will never be able to complain. Don’t forget about the books she listed on her wish list for Christmas. Her life resembles on her favorite book. It’s probably the only thing that she understands.

Disappoint her, because a girl who reads knows that the ointment to disappointment are books. You don’t need to always be there for her. Giving her a book will remind her of your presence. Don’t be something that you are not, to her. She knows well that people are like characters. It takes them time to grow. If you find a girl who reads, keep her away from society, for she is a prized catch.

If you find her depressed for days together, ask her about the title of the book that she read. Understand what the story meant to her and hold her. She needs it very badly. She may not cry, but her hug will speak a thousand words, and her smile will make your day.

Propose to her – with a bookmark. She will understand.

Date a girl who reads because you deserve it. She can make your life colorful and yet make you feel grounded. Don’t tempt her with vices of the material world, they mean nothing to her. Show her the way to the world of books and she will show you the way to her heart.