Before you say “I love you” understand what it means.

Some people can be so toxic to your health.

They don’t want to love you properly, but they don’t want to let you go either. The more you give the less they appreciate, and the minute you’ve had enough and decide to walk away is when they are ready to love you and treat you right. So you give them a chance in the hopes they’ve changed only to realize it was all fake. You find the strength to walk away once more and here they come again proclaiming their love for you and you give in, AGAIN.

A person showing anger and persistence to get you back once you try to break off isn’t proof of love; it’s a knee-jerk reaction. Someone kissing your ass or making flaccid attempts to be nicer for two weeks isn’t proof that they are trying, it’s proof that they know your kryptonite, they know you so well enough to defuse you long enough to hook you once again.

Take away a toy, a little child cries. Take away a relationship of convenience, a grown-up cries. Just because they cried doesn’t mean you give them what they want. Stop listening to what your person keeps promising and start watching what their actions actually keep telling you.

DON’T play blind. A lot of you out there don’t know what it’s like to be loved by a real person. You know lust, you know joy, you know the passion and you know the fear of abandonment.“Stop chasing your idea of what love should be and recognize what love IS.”

Love isn’t promising to act right after they get caught fucking up time and time again. Love is they acting right from the start because they don’t want to fuck up. Love isn’t telling your partner that they need to change so they can keep you; love is your partner changing on his own because they can’t imagine life without you.

~If you understood read again and if it disturbs you, think again.

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