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How cute.

Zodiac Hidden Fears
♈ Aries: Aries fear that they don't fear 'fear'. Most of them are insightful enough to know they can leap head on into danger unnecessarily
♉ Taurus: People will think they are boring. To make up for it they bake food or take people out because they are worried they alone aren't enough
♊ Gemini: Other people will see how internally wound up and vulnerable they are. How much they really need somebody there; no matter how independent they may seem
♋ Cancer: Having a volatile family life. Most Cancers fear divorce but also believe it will never happen to them
♌ Leo: People will tire of their theatrics and neediness and reject them entirely. That eventually people will give up on trying to assure them and cope with their drama
♍ Virgo: People will judge them and treat them differently if they are not at least fulfilling some purpose or use for being around
♎ Libra: They will be alone forever
♏ Scorpio: They will open up and share a secret to somebody, but be rejected / betrayed
♐ Sagittarius: They will love somebody more than the other person loves them. They will need somebody more than they are needed.
♑ Capricorn: Because everyone puts so much faith in them, they are secretly worried they will just destroy everything and don't know who to ask for help
♒ Aquarius: Eventually they will just drift entirely away from everybody. That one day they will be unable to decipher what is rational and not. A true sense of isolation
♓ Pisces: That people only pretend to like them. Most Pisces can't figure out why they have friends or why they are liked. They are constantly comparing themselves

I am no expert on love, But I have a few suggestions to keeping your love alive. 1- Don’t fall asleep angry. But if you do, wake up in the middle of the night and hold her as close as you can. 2- Laugh during sex, especially if you bump heads. If you aren’t laughing, you’re with the wrong person. 3- If you don’t feel comfortable dancing naked with your partner and showing them your four chins when you laugh, you’re doing it wrong. 4- Romance isn’t for everyone, but a post-it note in their lunchbox telling them they’re the best will never go amiss. 5- Don’t cling to them at parties. Dance with friends and spend time with acquaintances, but wink at each other across the room. 6- Keep everything 50/50, or you will fall out of balance. 7- Stop comparing your relationship to others- you are you, don’t try to be someone else. 8- Be kind. Give them space when they need it, but be their home when they come back. 9- Be proud to love them. 10- Support them through whatever they do in life, even if it’s a stupid decision. People need to make their own mistakes, but be there if it falls apart, and never say ‘I told you so’. And most of all, love with your whole heart, or don’t love at all.

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Love with your whole heart, or don’t love at all.

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whenever i get low on money i start thinking really irrationally like what if i hadn’t spent that $10 back in 2004 

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Breaking up is like waking up from a dream. Some parts of it were so wonderful and happy that you didn’t want to wake up. But sometimes, it was all a bad nightmare you wanted to escape from. Every little detail seems so real. Sometimes, you keep replaying the same scenes over and over again. Sometimes, you try to forget the pains and sorrows that haunt you. Sometimes, you wonder what would have happened next? Who knows. Time to get back to reality.

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and if he wants to leave
then let him leave
you are terrifying
and strange and beautiful
something not everyone knows how to love
—Warsan Shire, For Women Who Are Difficult To Love
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If you leave someone at least tell them why, because what’s more painful than being abandoned; is knowing you’re not worth an explanation.
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I know now that we never get over great losses; we absorb them, and they carve us into different, often kinder, creatures.
—Gail Caldwell, Let’s Take the Long Way Home: A Memoir of Friendship (via larmoyante)