b&w love blog


Relationships suck, you either get married or breakup 


They may be your best friends now, but give it time, they will revolt against you just like they said they never would.

After graduation, you are going to feel loneliness like you’ve never felt it before. You can either embrace it or let it break you. But I can promise you that if you embrace it, you’ll finally start to understand how to love yourself.

He’s not the love of your life. He’s just some horny teenage boy who would tell you anything you wanted to hear to get you to undress.

High school sweethearts are real, but you most likely won’t be the one who has one.

Your parents aren’t trying to ruin your life. They are trying to teach you without having a degree in life lessons that focusing on what’s important isn’t about what so and so wore two days in a row, but how you see yourself. They are trying to teach you that time moves by almost as quickly as the weekend does, and if you don’t cherish these moments that are happening right now, you will never be able to fully understand why they call it your youth.

"Things I’ve learned that high school never taught me," - Colleen Brown (via pagibigdatcom)
"It’s still you.
It’s still you."
Margaret Atwood, Shapechangers in Winter (via theunquotables)

Kasia Kifert



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