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The guy to change it all <3

31 Jul

It’s funny how the mind can change your perspective on things, such as relationships. I myself was the one who would talk to a guy for two weeks then ignore his texts and all contact with him. Until the day I met a guy who changed my perspective on the world. It’s been two months of continuos talking, everyday. There was a point to where I had felt it was going nowhere so I had put an end to what we had. He continued to talk to me until he told me he still had feelings for me and wanted to try and make things work. Right there had shown not only was he actually serious that during the week I was hoping to receive a text. He has shown me my talents are more than what I thought they were and that I’m stronger and a much better person than I see when I look in the mirror. The day I first saw him I instantly felt a connection. He has shown me that I can trust him and rely on him, he’s the guy I know that if I need to fall back on him I can and he’ll catch me. He is the guy that opened my heart with a key that was lost. ❤



20 Apr

It’s interesting to see how emotion isn’t just the main idea of happy from a smile or sad from a frown. It’s from expressions such as those and body gestures. We all have our way of expressing our emotions. But do we do it enough?
People feel showing some emotions such as sadness is being weak. I sometimes refuse to let myself cry in public. I find it people will believe I am weak. But in all actuality. Showing your emotions doesn’t mean you’re weak, it shows your strong enough to let them show.
I, as well as others still have a hard time grasping that. In the work place, at school, I always seem happy because I have a smile on my face. Sometimes I’m torn on the inside but still continue to not let people know that I’m actually not ok.
Facts prove that if you smile it instantly makes you happier. That is true to a certain degree. How much does it really change your mood? If smiling makes your mood better then why won’t more people do it?
Emotions are a part of a daily life. You can’t escape them. Why hide it? Is it really part of the mind stopping you or do people just not know how to express them self in a way that feels comfortable