Monday, October 27, 2014

Happiness is what makes you pretty

Friends said "Oooh I look so fat, look at me! Like a hippo" "Oh come on, I'm not attractive enough, who wants me?" "I'm maybe too ugly to have a happy ending". Now take a break and look at me. I am all of the above statements, but I don't let my self to drown in my tears for that silly thoughts. You guys look perfectly fine in my opinion. Perhaps it's just about time, everyone deserve to be happy.

You were all born to be an amazing person, you just have to develop it. Don't ever make it erased by time and bad memories because we all get older, and our looks all will fade. We must all have something to hold on to when that day arrives.

A beautiful personality radiates, sometimes making the most unattractive face beautiful. It has the ability to turn a woman you wouldn't normally give a second look into one you cannot stop thinking about.

Real happiness, happiness that a woman has gained and protected, is not guaranteed to fade away the way beauty does. It will not wrinkle and weather over time, but blossom and grow more beautiful with age.

Happiness is something that comes from within and can be seen from without. It's something that carries you and introduces you to other souls like your own. It’s a quality that cannot be faked with makeup or hair extensions.

We connect with our souls, not our faces, and those who truly are beautiful will radiate that way. Just because a woman is beautiful doesn't mean she's happy.. but when she is happy, she is always beautiful.

“I think happiness is what makes you pretty. Period. Happy people are beautiful. They become like a mirror and they reflect that happiness.”— Drew Barrymore

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Mistakes People Make When They Fall In Love

1. You forget your friends

Wait, I had a life before I met this person? Are you sure? Because I seriously can’t recall. You’re telling me I had friends? Hmmm, I guess an argument could be made for that but it’s all very fuzzy. Can we talk about this later? We’ll continue this conversation… later. I’ll text you!

2. You become soooooo Helen Keller

Love can be a giant short bus, y’all! It can cause otherwise smart, capable people to become deaf and blind to any and flaws. I can’t tell you how many times I've seen intelligent strong people be reduced to a 60 IQ just because they’re on that falling in love tip. (Myself included) It’s, quite frankly, scary how certain relationships can zap us of our personalities and strength. 

3. You give up your post grad dreams for someone else’s

“Before I met you, my plans were to move to X city and get X job, but, I don’t know, it wasn't like set in stone or anything. What do you wanna do? ‘Cause I’ll just do that. I’m down for whatevs. It's just my future, babe! I srsly don’t currrrr. Just c’mere.”

4. You get resentful

If you’re in one of those relationships that forces you to sacrifice parts of yourself, you WILL grow to resent them, even without realizing it. Because no matter how in love you are, if there’s a growing gap in the relationship, if you’re never being met halfway, all the orgasms in the world won’t stop you from feeling like you've been given a crappy deal. BECAUSE YOU HAVE.

5. You eat too much

Just kidding! This isn't so much a mistake as it is a gift from Cupid himself! Say it with me every day: “Whatever, I’m getting cheese fries.”

6. You forget that people don’t care so much about your relationship

Love makes you do wacky things, including telling all your friends what your BF/GF ate for breakfast and assuming that they’ll care. Here’s the thing: Your friends do give a crap about your relationship. But what they couldn't give two flying fucks is about the happy look they had on their face when you woke up this morning or the fact that they switched to soy because of their lactose intolerance. You know the only reason why you care about their lactose intolerance? Because if you didn't see this person naked and get to rub your private parts together, you’d be in a boredom-induced coma from such conversation topics. (Oops! Sorry uncensored article lol)

7. You become jealous

“I’m not a jealous person” — says someone who has never been in a relationship before. Granted, there are varying degrees of jealousy. You don’t have to be a psycho who wants to hack into their email to experience moments of insecurity in your relationship. But know this: The insecurity and jealousy will shock you. You’ll have no idea you had the capacity to feel so unsure until you care so much about someone.

"Love makes me lazy. It's a dangerous drug. It kills more brain cells than crystal meth."
—Cindy 'Mac' Mackenzie