I was reading this really depressing book and honestly it made my heart hurt a little. So, I started thinking. Why do you feel heart break in your actual heart? Or how come, when you hear something really terrible that just brings your hopes down you actually feel like your heart is sinking into you chest?
I don't get it, I mean your heart is just an organ that pumps blood. Shouldn't your head feel sad or hurt when something happens, and not your heart?
Well yesterday, I went on a mini-shopping spree. I really wanted some new skinny jeans, so we went to this store that had like millions of expensive jeans. None of them fit right, and I realized after trying on 15 pairs that I didn't even really like wearing skinny jeans, I just wanted to wear them to be part of some trend. So I said, "No more skinny jeans, lets buy shorts!" and then I proceeded to shop for anything I found cute, not whatever would fit into the mindless trend that I wanted to be apart of. So now I have clothes that I like, and I'm not wearing to make myself more part of the scene. So I feel good (:
And I know this may sound shallow, but it was a big awakening, that I shouldn't dress like all the other mindless scene trend *****s to impress anyone, I should be myself.
I think, there's definitely more than one person you could fall in love with and there is someone out there for everyone. I sort of think once you fall in love with someone, you always will be. I mean, you might not like them but there's still gonna be something in your heart for them.
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