This Is What A Morning Text Really Means

Most of us are yearning for a love that last, a love that stands the test of time, a love that will never give up on us. But how do we really keep the people we love and make sure we give them enough reasons to stay? Well, it’s simple, we make them happy. We start by making sure they know we think of them the moment we wake up.

“Good Morning Beautiful.”

It’s really simple. It’s a few words. But more than words it’s letting someone know, “You’re the first person I want to talk to today.”

It’s letting someone know, “I want to be the first thing you see when you’re eyes open, if I can’t be there for it.”

It’s letting someone know, “You’re the first person I thought of before my eyes opened. So I texted you.”

It’s letting someone know, “Even though I’m not there, I wish I was.”

It’s a genuine compliment that makes her blush and smile even though you can’t see it. It’s the thing she looks forward to as her eyes shut and you were the last thing she thought of.

It’s letting someone know, “I want your day to start off good even if it doesn’t stay that way.”

So it’s more than a good morning text. It you showing them through a simplistic action, “You matter to me.”

It’s easy to get caught up in our lives. It’s easy to begin our days and put even the people we care about on the back burner. But a morning text is a little bit of effort. Not much but a little bit that means so much.

It’s simply someone making the choice. Because as much as love and like is a combination of fate and risk, more than anything, it’s a decision. It’s a single choice.

A morning text is showing her, “I choose you.”

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If You Ever Doubt Yourself This Ones For You

To you, who doubts yourself the most,
If you are tired, rest.
You, of all people, cannot give up.
You are strong, appreciated, and have grown so much.
No human being is perfect so do not strive to be.
You will make it where you are meant to be,
with people who are meant to be in your life
and you doing what you are meant to do.
Be patient.
I know you get extremely anxious about every little thing,
but things will not be as bad as your thoughts are.
Do not give in to negativity.
It is the easiest thing to do but it will ruin you.
Be patient with yourself as you will make countless mistakes.
Be patient with others when they do not understand you and hurt you.
Whether on purpose or against their will.
You will not get things right the first time all the time,
allow such to happen.
You may not see it now, but it is how you learn.
You learn by not knowing what to do and you learn by failing miserably.
You learn by picking yourself up after every fall.
You learn by getting hurt and crying about it
and letting yourself feel what you are supposed to feel.
Learn to trust the process and trust in fate.
You will never have full control over everything.
Allow things to happen the very way they are supposed to unfold.
All that is happening,
has happened and will happen will lead you to your place in this world.
Do not be afraid.
This is who and where you are meant to be.
Trust in fate.
Trust in you.
Trust the process.

You Deserve Better

We all have wounds that takes time to heal. We love and get hurt in return. We love over and over again and end up just the same. Then we start questioning ourselves, “Is there someone out there who will love me wholly?” and my answer to that will always be, “Yes.”

You deserve more than what you’re given.
You deserve to feel happy.
You deserve to feel the rush of being happy.

You think you don’t deserve it at all. You think that any ounce of love that you’re showered with, is wrong. You don’t believe that anyone could ever care for you, much less love you. Why? What made you this way? Who made you this way? It makes me wonder why would anyone this special have to go through what you went through. Why did you have to go through all of that. You didn’t have to, you shouldn’t have to. But then again, if you never went through what you went through, would you still be the same person you are now? Or would you be different. Would the difference change how much you mean to me? Would the difference lead to us not even talking to each other?

Somehow I want to thank whatever or whoever made you this way. Because everything happens for a reason. You’re here now, because of whatever happened then. But at the same time, every inch of me hates what has happened to you, even though I have no clue what truly happened. I hate that it happened. I hate that it took away what could possibly be. I hate that you’re “numb” to “happiness”. Because you don’t deserve it at all. You don’t deserve to have to wake up each day, with nothing to look forward to. You don’t deserve to feel like no one will ever love you, or care for you.

You deserve so much more, you deserve so much better.

I want to show you how special you are. I want to show you that there’s so much out there worth living for. I want to show you who you are, through my eyes. I want to heal you. I want to make your scars something that doesn’t haunt you anymore. I want you to fall in love with yourself. I want all of these, because you deserve it. You deserve to be treated the way someone special is meant to be treated. You should be surrounded by positive things, not toxic things. You deserve it. You deserve it so so much more.

Maybe one day you’ll have the courage to explain what happened. Maybe one day you’ll trust enough to show your scars. Maybe one day, you’ll let someone else heal you and turn your scars into nothing. Maybe one day you’ll realize that you are worth every single ounce, and more, of love and care.

You, my dear, you deserve the world.

To Those Who Isn’t Getting The Love They Deserve

But who doesn’t want to be love? I mean, seriously, anyone of us would even lay down our life to the person that matters most to us, even those who don’t deserve it. That’s what love can do, it moves mountains. But what if you’re not getting enough love? What if you are giving everything you’ve got only to get a fraction of it in return? How much pain can you tolerate for the one you’re willing to die for? Should you stay or should you walk away? What will you do?

To those who isn’t getting the love they deserve, this isn’t how it’s supposed to be.

It’s amazing how easily we can lie to ourselves when we are desperate for that nagging voice in the back of our minds to be wrong. It’s amazing how, despite someone letting us down countless times or showing us that they cannot give us the love we desire or need, we will find reasons to justify their behavior. We’ll find some awful event which happened to them years ago and tell ourselves that maybe they cannot express their feelings or show affection or do any number of tiny, insignificant things we wish they would, that they should be doing. That we do every day.

Because to accept that, to see someone for who they are—not an idealized version, not a version of them you wish they would be or a version you “know deep down they are” and that they are just taking their time in being, who we need them to be, is heart-breaking.
It’s accepting that they will never be the person you want them to be. That they can never love you in all of the ways you crave to be loved.

And it’s easier to lie, its easier to stop keeping track of the ways they let you down and close your eyes to the bright red alarm signals which go off every other day. It’s easier to hurt, to be disappointed, to crave more, than to be alone. To accept that despite everything you have put into this relationship, despite the obstacles you had to jump over and the sacrifices you had to make to get here, they aren’t who you imagined they would be.

You keep waiting and you keep hoping and you drive yourself insane trying to think of reasons why they can’t for the love of God, just be better. Why they can’t open up to you, let you read their hearts like an open book and swim the depths of their soul. It is exhausting to give so much of yourself, to be your best self, give all of your heart to only get a fraction in return.
It is impossible to be both people in a relationship and to then nurse your wounds when you realize you keep jumping and they’re not catching you.

They’re watching you fall to your knees, sob and wipe the blood with the back of your hand before telling you it’s your own fault for being knocked down, it’s your own fault you keep getting hurt, it is your own fault for needing more, and then turning away.

And you can feel something twisting inside of you, you feel yourself beginning to take blame for not receiving the love you give. You tell yourself that maybe you aren’t worthy, that maybe they’re still in love with their ex or just maybe this relationship isn’t as important to them as it is to you. And it feels like heaviness in your heart, a darkness clouding your mind, a constant question spinning on the tip of your tongue.

“Do I walk away?”

And maybe you can’t answer that yet, maybe you still find yourself trapped in their room when you wish you could run. Maybe your mind and heart are conflicted. Maybe you just need more time to realise they won’t ever change. That this is it. That you can’t even tell them how you feel because it will be YOUR fault, it’s YOUR insecurities and YOU’RE making them feel like crap for even talking about how you feel.
But sweet darling, you’ll find your courage soon. You’ll grow tired of being let down and giving more than you will ever receive.

Because this, this isn’t what love is. This isn’t what the songs are written about; this isn’t what epic love stories are made of.

And you deserve an epic love story, I promise.

Screw Them

You’re going to meet people who are intimidated by you. You’re different. People don’t know how to react or how to accept people who don’t follow the crowd. They are not used to someone who doesn’t fit in. So instead of bolstering your uniqueness, they’ll try and make you feel like you’re weird or damaged.

I’m here to offer some well-earned advice:

SCREW THEM