"Is it really love?
Are there no other words to describe how you are feeling?
If the only way you can describe someone is ‘beautiful’ and nothing more complex, It’s not love.
If you don’t know them well enough to tell how they’re feeling without words, it’s not love.
If tears are streaming down their face and your eyes don’t start to water as if you were a part of them, its not love.
If you have never seen them screaming with the fury of an erupting volcano and not listened to what pushed them to break, it’s not love.
Attraction is not love, understanding is Love.
Knowing your darling so well and feeling more than one emotion for them is love.
They are your favourite pain in the ass and your best friend at the exact same time.
They wake up looking like they’ve been airmailed to you directly from heaven.
Love is a word that describes a shared trust, experiences, laughter, arguing, communication, anger, desire.
Love is engulfing and inevitable, but it takes time.
Don’t use a word with such depth for something as simple as attraction"
"I get way too sensitive when I get attached to someone. I can detect the slightest change in the tone of their voice, and suddenly I’m spending all day trying to figure out what I did wrong."
"A soul mate is not the person
who makes you the happiest, but the one
that makes you feel the most.
Who conducts your heart to bang the loudest,
who can drag you giggling
with forgiveness from the cellar they locked you in."
Sierra DeMulder, excerpt from “Unrequited Love Poem” (via psych-facts)