i used to be so fearless. if i wanted something, i got it. not because i was spoiled; nothing has ever been handed to me. i got what i wanted because i worked my ass off for it. i didn’t take no for an answer, and i believed in myself. if one way didn’t work, i’d try another until i got it right. i didn’t let negative thoughts, vibes, or people cloud my mind. recently I’ve realized that everything i worry about is stuff that hasn’t happened/probably won’t happen. i don’t want to let fear get the best of me, and i definitely don’t want to look back and realize that i worried my life away when i could be having the time of my life. so I’m making a decision to live by this motto: “don’t let fear stop you from getting what you want.” and I’m gonna try to stick to it. <3
Trying to explain an emotion to someone who hasn’t experienced it yet is next to near impossible. The only way someone can empathize is if they’ve been through it before and know what you’re talking about. Till then you’ll be on one side of the barometer and they on the other.
It’s irritating how I always feel like saying something but I have nothing to say. Well, no, more like I’m at a loss of words. I’m trying to get my point across to let you know I feel but it’s just so difficult. It’s like screaming and no one hears you.
people are drawn to things that are clearly bad for them. it gives them a temporary high. at least, this is what i’ve learned from personal experience. after all the fun and games are over with, you need to put the things that really matter/the people you truly care about first. never lose sight of your priorities, or you’ll end up losing everything.
its understandable to talk about someone if you admire them, or if you look up to them. but constantly? there comes a point where im only half listening because i’ve heard it so many freaking times. ok i get it, they’re cool. now hop off their dick