To My Current Relationship

I’m not the prettiest girl, but you never fail to tell me every single day that I’m beautiful. I’m not anyone’s dream girl, but you never fail to make me feel like you’ve won the jackpot. Fact is, I have a lot of insecurities, but you never cease to break down the walls of insecurity that I built just to constantly remind me that I’m perfect. I just want you to know that I thank God for giving me someone who can and will always be ready to handle my mood swings, rants, tantrums and dramas in life. I thank Him for giving me someone who will always be there for me 24/7. I thank Him for giving me someone who will never give up on me. And above all, I thank Him for giving me such a wonderful blessing. To my current relationship, I just hope you’re my last.

Words by: Truth Slap

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To The Man Who Handles My Mood Swings

Always remember that if I’m suddenly mad, it’s not about you. It could be the pressure from work. It could be pressure from school. It could be pressure from my parents.

Thank you for perfectly managing my mood. For throwing jokes to suddenly change how I feel. Thank you for making me laugh with your corny jokes. Thank you for never giving up on me. I know I’m very unreasonable sometimes, but you choose to stay. I’m full of pride sometimes, but you still stick with me. I’m very immature sometimes, but you didn’t complain.

Thank you for bringing me food. For having long walks. Thank you for the never ending love.

I couldn’t thank you enough for your patience. Rest assured, everything will not be put to waste. Thank you for always making me feel secure despite my insecurities. You’re just one of the best things that happened to me in this lifetime. I couldn’t ask for more. 💕

Words by: Truth Slap

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She Knows

She knows she has issues. She knows she’s the problem. She knows she’s confusing. She knows she’s not fair. She knows she’s crazy. She knows she’s mean. She knows she gives you a hard time. She knows she starts a lot of fights. She knows she puts you through hell. She knows it’s difficult to understand her. She knows she’s complicated. She knows she’s hard to handle. She knows it isn’t easy to be with her.  She knows she can be frustrating to be around. She knows she has a bad temper. She knows she can be heartless. She knows she isn’t everything you would want in a girlfriend. She knows she might be wrong for you. She knows you deserve better than her. But she just wants to thank you for not leaving her, even when you have every reason to. Thank you for not giving up on her, even when she wouldn’t blame you if you did. Thank you for loving her, even when she doesn’t deserve it.

Words by: Preach It

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My 2 years at Q

Happy 2 years at Q! I never thought I’d reach this far. So grateful for this unexpected chance you’ve given me, G. I always believe in Your will. ALWAYS ❤

I could still remember I just gave this a try, wondering if I would pass or not. I really had a strong feeling that I won’t make it. But here I am, now I’m on Tier 3, the last stage I would be. I really am a survivor char. Thank You because You made me able now to help with my loved ones and made their faces happy. All the drama, pressure, physical/mental/emotional/pyschological stress, graveyard shifts, stress-eating and etc, pays off and somehow made me thought of just giving it all up and quit at once. I’m never used to this. It feels abnormal. Though it’s very clear to me what my goal is, but staying here made me more confused both in mind and in heart. 😂😢

Well, everything happens for a certain reason. I’m just happy for all the people I’ve met and known in this industry (acquaintances, familiar faces, plain friends, plastic/sarcastic friends, sweet/loving friends and close friends.) Being able to know different types of people makes me appreciate one from the other. Their beliefs, character, personality, attitude and treatment makes them really different. I really don’t want them to know what and who I really was before I entered this field, but people will really make their own investigation——— stalking! 😂

I’m tired af, but I will still go with the flow. But if my journey has come to an end, then so be it. Whatever happens, happens. Just like what happened exactly 2 years ago, “Thy will be done.” 😌

(P.S. just wanted to do this, sort of my MMK, nag flashback lang kay 2 years naman)
😂😂😂😂😂

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To The Man I Want To Spend My Whole Life With

I still remember the very first time we met.. how I fell in love with you and your smile and how everything happened unexpectedly. We both didn’t expect, it was God who made it happen, because He knows we both need each other to complete the love story He made. I’m beyond blessed and thankful that someone like you came into my life.

Thank you. Thank you for making me realize and making me feel that I deserve to be loved, to be happy and to have someone as amazing as you are.

Thank you for loving me and everything about me, thank you for accepting me, all my flaws and mistakes that I made from the past. Don’t forget that I accept you as well just the way you are.

I pray to God to guide us always because you’re the one I want to spend my whole life with. I’m so lucky enough I have an ideal man that every girl dreams of.

Thank you for coming into my life, for loving me unconditionally, for motivating me everyday to be the best version of myself, for always making me feel beautiful, and for always holding my hands so tight that I know you will never ever let me go. I just want you to know that I love you with every ounce of my being.

Lastly, rest assured that you have me, my heart and my soul. Forever!

Words by: Preach It

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Mature vs. Immature Relationship

Difference of mature and immature relationship.

Mature relationships understand space; immature relationships get too clingy.

Most mature couples know that they each have their own lives to live and that they shouldn’t make their partners the center of their attention all the time. They know how to enjoy life on their own, with their friends, or with their family. Staying in contact with your significant other 24/7 can actually strain your relationship and even lead to bigger arguments in the future.

Immature relationships go with the flow; mature relationships call each other out when needed.

Instead of agreeing with your guy on everything, you correct him when he says or does something wrong. You have your own voice and perspective in life. When you’re in a healthy relationship, you respect the fact that both of you are two different people with different opinions in life.

Mature relationships encourage you to grow; immature relationships force you to change.

Change is constant. You will never be the same person you were when you first started going out with your man. However, it’s one thing to change naturally and another to force one to change who they really are just to meet the other’s wants and needs.

Words by: 💌 Ana C. Pascual

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It’s Hard To Start All Over Again

No girl likes to start over with a new guy. Getting to know a guy all over again. Learning how to feel confortable with a guy all over again. Giving herself mind, body, and soul to a guy again. Going through that awkward phase of being body shy around a guy again. Sharing her secrets and spilling out her thoughts and emotions to a guy again. Meeting a new guy’s family and getting to know them all over again. Have a new guy meet her parents hoping they’ll be accepting all over again. Opening up and letting a new guy see the real side of her all over again. Fight through her trust issues and place her trust in another man again. Work on her insecurites so they won’t push a guy away all over again. Give her heart to another guy and learn to love someone new all over again. That’s why girls love to stick with the guys they’re already with, no matter how bad it is, because it’s the guys they’ve been through all that with already.

Words by: Unspoken Thoughts

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She’s Used To It

It’s okay. She’s used to people using her. She’s used to people walking out of her life. She’s used to people talking shit about her. She’s used to people pretending to be her friends. She’s used to people lying to her. She’s used to people disappointing her. She’s used to people leaving her hanging. She’s used to people stabbing her in the back. She’s used to people replacing her in their circle of friends. She’s used to people keeping secrets from her. She’s used to people betraying her trust. She’s used to people bringing down her self-esteem. She’s used to people messing with her feelings. She’s used to people toying around with her head. She’s used to people breaking her heart. So whatever you do to her at this point, it won’t be a surprise to her because chances are, it’s already been done to her. It’s just sad how it’s gotten to the point where she can say she’s used to it.

Words by: Truth Slap

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The 16 Things You Do To Conceal The Pain When Struggling To Depression

1. You use humor to cover up your pain. You make self-deprecating jokes about how you don’t have any friends and about how you want to die. But no one realizes that you’re serious, because you always say it with a smirk on your face.

2. You make excuses when people ask about you. If someone tells you that you look like crap, you won’t admit that you’ve been under severe stress. You’ll say that you’ve just been tired. Or that your allergies have been bothering you.

3. You tell yourself you’re overreacting. You don’t want to complain to your friends about your life, because you’re worried you sound like a brat. Like a baby. Like an entitled little bitch.

4. You leave such little signs. You leave a miniature trail of your depression. You repost articles about heartbreak and breakups and death. You listen to music about suicide and self-harm. But no one reads too much into it.

5. You’re in a healthy relationship. If you’re in a serious relationship, everyone will assume that you’re doing well. That a happy relationship equals two happy humans without a care in the world.

6. You keep your emotions to yourself. You write out lengthy text messages for friends and exes, but delete them before sending. Then you write melancholy lyrics and slam poetry, but you never post them online. You keep your feelings to yourself, even though they’re begging to be released into the world.

7. You wear a false smile. You don’t want to be an outcast. You don’t want to draw attention to yourself. You just want to fit in. That’s why you always pretend you’re happy. So that no one pays extra attention to you.

8. You aren’t a stereotype. You don’t walk around in all black clothing and thick eyeliner. You wear bright colors and keep your hair brushed and your body fit. The way you look on the outside doesn’t match how you feel on the inside.

9. You look happy online. You upload gorgeous selfies and post statuses about all the parties you’ve been attending. You seem happy and successful online, so everyone assumes that means you’re happy IRL, as well.

10. You refuse to see a therapist. You know you need one. You know it would help. But you don’t have the money or the time or the willpower to actually visit one. So you suffer alone.

11. You casually talk about tragedies. When you actually open up about your issues, you act like they’re no big deal. Like they don’t make a difference to you. Like you haven’t been crying over them every night for a week.

12. You’ve learned how to lie well. If someone asks why you didn’t answer their texts or attend class, you don’t let them know it was because you spent the entire day in bed. You tell them you were out having the time of your life.

13. You keep secrets. When you engage in self-destructive behaviors, you do it on your own time. No one realizes that you’ve been getting drunk every night after work or have been having unprotected sex with strangers, because you keep it to yourself.

14. You cry alone. When you’re upset in public, you’ll find a private bathroom to bawl your eyes out in. And before you leave, you’ll splash your face with water and adjust your make-up. Your friends won’t even know the difference when they see you again.

15. You put other people first. Even if you have a close friend you can open up to, you won’t let her know about your problems until she’s told you all about her problems. And by the time she’s finished ranting, you don’t feel like saying anything anymore.

16. You’re fully functional. You still work. You still eat. You still sleep. You still see your friends. You do everything a twenty-something should be doing, so no one realizes anything is out of the ordinary.

Words by: Truth Slap

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Consistency Is A Struggle

It’s very easy to say I love you to someone. But living up to your words is one of the hardest. It’s too easy to fall in love but consistency is a struggle. It’s easy to give the hugs and kisses but what is difficult is truly accepting someone’s whole self. You must be blessed if you have somebody who has been consistent since day one and accepts your IMPERFECTIONS with no buts and ifs.

Words by: Truth Slap

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