I’ve just had the worst luck with talking to people. Maybe that’s just how it goes when dating and talking to someone; If it works out then coo, but if not then it doesn’t. It just sucks that when it doesn’t, it hurts a little. For the last few people (not at the same time tho) that I’ve liked and actually tried getting to know, putting in effort to see them and take them out, each one just flat out ended. Like damn, okay the least you could do is be straight up with me. I don’t fuhk with that “waste my time 2017” shit. Y'all can play your little dating game, just count me out. It’s sad, but what makes it more sad is that there are unloyal people out there who think that it’s okay to lead someone on, especially without any closure whatsoever. Anyways, as much as it stings, and eventually I’ll get over it like I always do, I’m also very proud of myself for never losing myself in someone else. I’ve kept my guard up so high that I was just straight up myself, and that’s what made me happy. Regardless or not they were probably a dick, and despite the post-talk feels, if there’s anything I learn more from it all is that I love myself more than to be sad over someone who won’t like or respect me back. Trust me, I’ve learned that the hard way in the past. Just to close this off, I read a passage from a book I bought not too long ago. In context of romance, it said: “If someone wants to leave, recognize that this doesn’t mean it’s a bad thing. It just means their part in your story is over. Your story will go on- with new love opportunities. Just focus on the lessons learned- and you’ll be headed for a far happier relationship.” Now THAT is some good ass advice.