It’s been so long that I shouldn’t have to fight for you anymore.

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chili-jesson:


things i wish i could tell you part 10
i killed a part of me to keep you alive

chili-jesson:

things i wish i could tell you part 10

i killed a part of me to keep you alive

(via riseafterfalling)

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I never want to be the one to give up on our relationship so I guess this is my way of punishing myself because I know you’ve already have.

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You have a misconstrued perception of me, and then you get disappointed when I don’t react the way you wanted me to.

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I didn’t want to lose you. That’s what it was in the most simplest terms.

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"Hold on." He grabbed a pencil and scrawled excitedly at the paper as if he’d just made a mathematical breakthrough and then looked back up at me. "I just did some calculations, and I’ve been able to determine that you’re full of shit."

Hahaha. Love it

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Is it naivety or ignorance to believe that it would never happen to us?

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(Source: spiritualinspiration)

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(via levianac)

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I knew that no matter how much we talked it out, nothing would change. Yes, I said what I felt but so what? Does he get it? No. So why bother? You have the talk, and then go back to our separate lives because nobody’s trying, and so you get tired of it all, and then you end it, and then it comes back, and then you have the talk about your feelings that’s not really being heard, and then you do it all over again. It’s so pointless.

(Source: kept-always-a-secret, via my-teen-quote)

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You didn’t think that I’d ever be cruel enough to walk away and never look back.
You underestimated me.

But, to me, it was that I didn’t think I’d finally be strong enough to let you go.
And I underestimated myself.

I was sad but I didn’t know what it was exactly that I missed about “us.” But it doesn’t matter anymore because you just proved to me that I shouldn’t.

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"Sometimes, contentment is a matter of will. You have to look at what you have in front of you, at what it could be, and stop measuring it against what you’ve lost."

This Is Where I Leave You by Jonathan Tropper

Instead of pointing the finger at others…point it at a mirror. Maybe then you’ll see that you’re the problem.