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26 Little Lessons I Learned About Love From Relationships Without A Label

26 Little Lessons I Learned About Love From Relationships Without A Label

 

26 Little Lessons I Learned About Love From Relationships Without A Label

 

1.  Just because there isn’t a label attached to it doesn’t mean your feelings aren’t real.

2.  Sometimes someone loves you the best they can but they aren’t right for you.

3.  It isn’t your job to prove you are worthy of someone’s love.

4. Sometimes the things you feel for almosts are as deep if not deeper than real relationships.

5. You aren’t stupid for falling in love with someone like this.

6. There is no finite definition of love. You decide.

7. It takes a lot longer to get over someone you didn’t actually date. And that’s okay.

8. If they don’t date you within the first month, the chances of them dating you ever are slim.

9.  These relationships will taint real ones because of the pedestal you put them on.

10.  If you can get over this people and forgive them it will be your strongest friendship.

11.  Your friends will come to hate this person while it drags on.

12.  And hate how much you talk about them.

13.  Even if you don’t feel like you are, you’re settling.

14.  Physical relationships aren’t always going to lead to emotional ones.

15. You can’t force something that just isn’t there.

16. A history doesn’t always mean you are entitled to their future.

17. Clinging to the past won’t change the present.

18.  It’s admirable to not give up on someone but you have to know when enough is enough.

19.  You don’t deserve to be the person someone turns to when everything else goes wrong.

20. The hardest part of moving on will be cutting them off because people become like habits and you each are used to running in circles.

21. When you find yourself in a new relationship explaining the relationship to someone will be difficult.

22. The words ‘just friends’ hurts a little bit.

23. Endings don’t have to be bad and bitter just because the relationship was dramatic.

24. You learn how to love in these relationships but you’ll struggle in future relationships with receiving love.

25. Relationships aren’t supposed to go on that long and be that complicated or confusing.

26. Learning to love yourself more than someone else is going to be the hardest thing for you.


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Kirsten Corley

My name is Kirsten Corley. Both writer by day, hopeless romantic by night live my life with a simple motto. 'What can I do for you' I believe our lives are only as good as the people who's lives you make better. I strive to help readers gain an understanding of intense emotions, like heartbreak and getting through it. I think together we have the ability to overcome the challenges life throws our way and even in those times you hit rock bottom, I see it as a wonderful platform to begin again.View Author posts

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