Love and relationships are never like the movies no matter how much we want them to be. But when something beautiful ends, for whatever reason, it's most important not to be disappointed that it's over, but glad that it happened at all.
The ones depressed don’t dress in black. The ones who believe they’re fat don’t announce it. The ones scared don’t scream. The ones struggling don’t show their scars. The ones hurting the most are the ones hidden.
“For a kiss to be really good, you want it to mean something. You want it to be with someone you can’t get out of your head, so that when your lips finally touch you feel it everywhere. A kiss so hot and so deep you never want to come up for air. You can’t cheat your first kiss. Trust me, you don’t want to. Cause when you find that right person for a first kiss, it’s everything.”—Dr. Alex Karev, Grey’s Anatomy (via kari-shma)
“At every photo shoot, they want to make me sexy, put on shitloads of makeup, make me look like a rock chick. It just felt like I was being pushed to be something I wasn’t: ‘Oh, look at Hermione, she’s all grown up now!’ But that’s just not me. I don’t get my flash out. I mean, I wear minidresses, but I try to do it tastefully. You don’t want to see too much. I hate seeing big, huge cleavage. My reaction is, Put it away! If it’s too much, it’s just vulgar. I think it’s so much sexier to be understated. It’s more intriguing to be sexy in a less obvious way.”—Emma Watson, Marie Claire | December 2010 (via de-lumiere)
Don't you hate the feeling when your throat hurts from all the tears you're holding back and you can't control the words coming out of your mouth because there are just too many things that you haven't said?