I don’t understand people who go through their instagrams or old blog posts or whatever and delete anything and everything that has to do with an ex. Like how do you have that time to go through all your photos and delete every single one. Why does it even matter?
My instagram is literally like a history book of my life. You go through all my photos from start to finish and you’ll see every single romantic interest I’ve had and all the damn food I’ve eaten since 2012 like damn
how can you be a 5 on the scale if you have a boyfriend?
A 5 means that you’re predominantly gay, but open to the possibility of meeting someone you connect with of the opposite sex, that’s what I am. I don’t see what having a boyfriend has to do with that except that it infers that he is someone of the opposite sex that I have connected with.
I feel like over the last few months you've seemed happier.
That’s a very correct assumption to make! I got rid of a lot of toxicity in my life last summer, started making choices for myself and for my own happiness rather than trying to constantly please others. My confidence has improved, pretty much every aspect of me has improved and I’ve just never felt so blessed to be alive or happier in my own skin. And then of course I got together with my most wonderful significant other, who just made my life that much more beautiful.
2013 was a tough one to start, but by the end of it I realized just how much it taught me and changed me for the better.
I've been dating this girl for a year but for the past month I've really just not been into it. Like, the love just isn't there for me anymore. I've just changed a lot and were going in two different directions after graduation. I don't want to lead her on any longer but I'm literally her everything. She's so in love with me and I feel SO terrible. Basically, I just want to know if you have any advice on how to end this before it goes any further then it already has.
Honestly, your best choice is just to be honest and kind. Tell her that you’re sorry and she’s an amazing girl, but you just aren’t in the same place as you were when you began dating. Tell her this isn’t about her, you’ve just changed as a person and you can’t control how you feel. Tell her you would love to be friends but you understand if that isn’t an option for her at this point.
And then afterwards, leave her alone. It might seem cruel to just disappear from someone’s life, but by staying around and talking to her all the time, you’ll only be stopping her from moving on.
It's weird but 0 is actually 100% heterosexual. Which it would almost have to be because bisexual is the middle and you can't have a middle number with an even amount of numbers. I like the Kinsey scale, it elaborates on sexuality more or less. There are even numbers for asexual and pansexual and what not. I can't remember them of course haha
Oh no way! Well regardless of heterosexuality being 0 or 1, I’m still a 5 haha.