Elena. 21. Was Utah, now Oregon. Single. This is me.

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The capacity to be alone is the capacity to love.
It may look paradoxical to you,
but It is an existential truth.

Only those people who are capable of being alone
are capable of love, of sharing,
of going into the deepest core of the other person -
without possessing the other,
without becoming dependent on the other,
and without becoming addicted to the other.

They allow the other absolute freedom,
because love only can breathe in freedom.

By (via crunkwhore)

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If you can just stop loving her then you never really loved her at all. Love doesn’t work that way. If you ever truly love someone, then it never goes away. It can become something else. There are all different sorts of love. It can even become hate—a thin line and all that—and, really, hate is just another kind of caring. By Blakney Francis, Someone I Used to Know  (via perfect)

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“maybe if i drink another coffee, i will feel better”

“maybe if i buy myself a new sweater, i will feel better”

“maybe if i get so drunk i can’t see, i will feel better”

“maybe if i sleep for fourteen hours, i will feel better”

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poetic-ness:


"When they don’t love you the way you want to, you mourn that for however long you need to. But then you get back up and you remind yourself. You are not a reflection of the people who can’t love you. You will love again. You will be loved again." - Caitlyn Siehl 

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poetic-ness:

"When they don’t love you the way you want to, you mourn that for however long you need to. But then you get back up and you remind yourself. You are not a reflection of the people who can’t love you. You will love again. You will be loved again." - Caitlyn Siehl 

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