#204: Thought Catalog catchup 2

It’s amazing what you can get used to. What we adapt to as “normal” after awhile. And there were good times. But the good times always came with an underlying anxiety, a knowing that this wouldn’t last long. It was just part of the cycle.‘ – Jill Neumann (http://thoughtcatalog.com/2013/these-are-the-things-we-are-not-supposed-to-talk-about/)

It is simply too easy to be perpetually focused on what isn’t working, what isn’t fair, what isn’t fun — but just like the flowers we so often let die in the pots by our windows, the things we love need attention, need to be fostered, and we deserve to see them grow.‘ – Chelsea Fagan (When will we be ready to be happy)

Sometimes a person who once cared for you stops caring. Maybe they wanted to end your relationship, be it romantic, platonic, or familial. Maybe you did something wrong, or distance separated you, or they changed as a person. Sometimes you bond with someone, or do something for them, or have a heart-to-heart, and they care for you once more. Caring is a fluid thing that can change over time. But there are also some people who never really cared for you, people who you know will never care for you, no matter what you do.‘ – Nikki Garcia (How You Know When Someone Cares)

#204: Thought Catalog catchup 2

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