I’ve just spent the last…what…4? 5 hours? Reading the first novel by Zoella from the beginning to the end. Girl Online. (I know I’m a few years late).
Honestly, when I started reading it, I wasn’t too sure if I was gonna like it, cos yanno…the stuff I like to read?…
It’s not for certain ages, let’s just leave it at that. (I’m a 20 year old, single woman, what do you expect?).
But for real, I PROPER liked it. I enjoyed it so much, that I’ve already finished it and it’s not even dark yet.
And it got me motivated to write a blog post.
Yanno, since the main character is a blogger, herself.
So here I am!
And this blog topic is aaaalllll about boys. More specifically,
The wrong types of boys.
I, myself, have had experience with heartbreak, breakups, and falling for guys that aren’t right for me (And if you’re going through a similar thing, PLEASE message me or something, cos my advice on the subject is pretty damn good, if I do say so myself).
But, through all the pain, the crying, the emotional memories that make you tear up with sadness, there are a number of good things that come from failed relationships…
- You’ve now experienced heartbreak…and you will NOT make yourself go through it again. Like, seriously…it happens for the first time and you will refuse afterwards.
- You come out stronger. You’re a changed person after it’s over. You won’t ever be the same, in a good way. You feel like you’ve survived something life-threatening and for that reason, you will feel strong af.
- You’ll be wiser and you’ll have more knowledge on the subject.
- You realise what you are worth.
- You realise what you DESERVE and when someone isn’t giving you that, you will recognize it almost instantly.
- After being with the wrong person, you will then have narrowed down what you want from a partner. You’ll have a much better idea of what you’re looking for.
- You decide to be done with bullshitters and will only be interested in someone who is going to take you seriously and give you what you want/deserve.
- Being single is far better than being with the wrong person.
Not having someone in your life, romantically, anymore, can be ridiculously shit. Trust me. But just remember that this end has now put you on the path that is bringing you closer and closer to something/someone that will be there forever.