I now also want to go to these places (or “our places” as the romantic in us would have called them) to feel the way it would have felt if we went there together

Keywords: delhi , movies

Maybe it sucks for others to see us pining for those who have already gone, but hey, sometimes the heart wants what it wants, no matter how stupid it sounds and looks, and there is nothing you can do about it.


I’m starting to realize that I don’t want to finish this letter

Keywords: signed sealed undelivered , friends , goodbye , human connection , it is what it is , laura jean , like , love letter , new beginnings , relationship , self love , to all the boys i loved before

There are no amount of words to describe why I feel sad and relieved all at the same time. There’s a hammer in my chest, and a fist clenching my heart—out of relief or regret, I don’t know.


Listening To Advice vs Making (and Learning From) Your Own Mistakes

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When I picked up Dolly Alderton’s Everything I Know About Love back in February, I sort of wished I had found this book, or something similar, about 15 years earlier. Or I wish older people, and society in general, had advised us better when we were kids, especially when in relation to things of a romantic nature. Naturally, as we grow up, we make mistakes. Some of us, more so than others. However, sometimes it’s necessary for us to make these mistakes in order to learn. So knowing when to take advice and when to just go ahead, do your thing and risk making an epic mistake, is tough, especially when it comes to human relationships.

Earlier this week I got into a bit of debate with one of our loyal readers, BklynBoy59 who wrote an excellent post for us titled 5 Things I Wish I’d Known About Love at…

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