La Petite Wildflower

Track Title: Radioactive In The Dark

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you know you’re getting old when you watch the little mermaid and when ariel says “i’m 16 years old. i’m not a child anymore.” and you’re just sat there like yes you fucking are young lady stop it


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outdangerit:

My friends would make fun of me for this haha

outdangerit:

My friends would make fun of me for this haha


Three Month Rule

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The three month rule is an unwritten but universally accepted rule that pertains to the amount of time a person must wait before getting into another relationship after a break-up. Its aim is to give respect to the past relationship and to ensure that both parties involved in the past relationship have completely moved on.

Bullshit.

Each person is different. We may tend to feel the same emotions, but we feel them at different intensities and in different ways. The same can be said when it comes to moving on. Some people are able to move on in an instant, while some take months or even years to do so. The three month rule is nothing but a socially imposed norm that people follow to avoid seeming like a heartless asshole who can easily throw away a relationship – whether it be one that lasted just a month or even longer.

Why do people always feel the need to conform to what society dictates? What if you’ve already moved on before the three months end? What if you’ve fallen in love with someone else during the three months? Why do you have to wait? Why should you care about what people think anyway? Who are they to judge how fast you’ve moved on and how you feel?

In my case, I’ll admit, I used to be afraid of how people will react when they find out that I’ve moved on so fast after having been in a relationship for a year and two months. But then I realized, there’s no need for me to be afraid of how they’ll react and neither should I feel the need to explain my reasons for being able to move on so fast if they do react negatively. It has just always been in my nature to let go of things easily – especially if these things are something that I believe would only weigh me down if I hold onto them longer. Most people cannot understand that. They tend to be very sentimental, and judgmental, too. It’s as if they want me to wallow in misery for a while longer before moving on. But that’s just not my thing. I allow myself to feel what I need to feel and after that, I let go and move on. Easy as that. It doesn’t mean, though, that I do not put value in the things and relationships I’ve had. In fact, it’s quite the opposite. I put so much value on things and relationships that I choose to always remember what was good about them, rather than what made me want to have them out of my life. Doing so makes it easier for me to move on without holding any grudges.

With that said, I really don’t believe in this three month rule. I’ll repeat, it is bullshit. I believe that when it’s over, then it’s over. When it’s time to move on, you should do so. If it takes a while for you to move on, that’s alright. If it takes you only a month or less, that’s alright too. Who cares about what other people will say? Whether you do the right thing or the wrong thing, people will still judge you. So just do what you feel is right and best for yourself, and of course do whatever makes you happy.

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