most guys never seem to get that….
I can finally accept that I won’t have any male friends.
Shit…they’re on to us Fellas
the gifs lmfao
I don’t know when you submitted this, but sorry for not responding, it’s been a long week.
It’s actually incomparable to anyone else I’ve ever been involved with. I’ve always been the “sculptor” and never the “sculpture,” so it’s different. You always realize the power of words when you’re at the mercy of them, rather than when you’re writing them.
Love is a game chance. Feelings will get hurt, and at some point you’ll develop new ones. I’d say take that chance that you’ve been hesitant on taking. Part of being a writer is a experiencing, whether that be hurting, or loving or anything. Sometimes you need to take that chance so you can experience for yourself. How do you know they don’t write for you?
I can’t tell you how to fall out of love. I, for one, never have. I’ve always been the “Alice” type, who goes and falls down the rabbit-hole, but never wants to climb out of it. Maybe one day you’ll naturally fall out of love with that person, but as of now, I’d say keep writing. Keep loving. But that’s just me.