You deserve healing, too, giver. But sometimes you can’t get that healing from others. Sometimes the only one you can receive that healing from is yourself.
I’ll never regret loving with all of me. I’ll never regret the moments I jumped in, said ‘yes,’ and fought for what felt right.
But your greatest asset is not your money, your looks, your personality—it’s your heart.
Love will change you. It will reshape you from the inside out, challenge all you believed about the world and make you reconsider what truly matters.
You have a shattered heart, but even the most fragmented pieces can be put back together. Even the deepest wounds can be bandaged. Even the heaviest aches can be soothed with tenderness and self-love.
There is a difference between one who empathizes, and one who sees every issue, every pain, every action or spoken word as a personal infliction on his or her own heart.
Know that sometimes people will walk away or leave, but that is not a measure of who we are, or what we’re worthy of.
You have a lot of feelings (deep ones).
Perhaps the best thing we can do is to stop calculating—just love.
Caring for people is not wrong; it’s when we stop caring for ourselves that hurts us. We can love with all we have, but we must value ourselves, too, and even more so.