Current Date & Time: 03/06/2018 6:46PM
But do you know how many times she cried herself to sleep at night?
Everyone goes through a few break-ups in their lives. It's not the end of the world. Yes, it may hurt sometimes, other times it doesn't. Sometimes you guys can stay friends (like me and my [ex]boyfriend), other times neither of you ever want to see each other again. Regardless of the situation, here are some things that can help you get through it.
After having my boyfriend read the first part and explain to me that I focused too much on the bad, and not enough on the good side (and that the ending was so vague) I went back to review it and he was right. I told you guys it gets better but, I never explained how it got better, how I am now. I guess I expected you guys to read my other articles and piece it together. But here we go:
I'm sure that most, if not all of us have hated our appearance at one point or another. Well, maybe not hate but disliked our appearance. Growing up we're told we need to be skinny, we need to look pretty, we need to be feminine, we need to do this and that, but what about what we wanted? Some of us wanted to be models and were denied by the industries because we aren't size 4s, or because we don't have flat stomachs, or some other BS.
We've all got some motto we live by — a few words that keep us going every day. I've been recently thinking about all the mottos I follow on a day-to-day basis ever since I watched Sam Golbach's "Onward and Upward" video (I'll link it down below).