I look forward to discover to become and to embrace the woman I am without you. Advertisements Continue reading Discover / Victoria Howell
Sometimes people walk away from love because it is so beautiful that it terrifies them. Sometimes they leave because the connection shines a bright light on their dark places and they are not developmentally prepared to merge with another – they have more individuation work to do first. Sometimes they take off because love is not a priority in their lives – they have another path … Continue reading Sometimes / Jeff Brown
to the women who spent this year trying to piece themselves back together. i hope 2018 is kind to you and i hope your heart begins to see the benefit of no longer being in the hands of the person who refused to give you everything you deserve. – r.h. Sin Continue reading 2018 / r.h. Sin
They say the blissful feeling of first love can never be replicated it can never be translated in its purest form. Yet that didn’t stop you from poisoning all that I felt with all that you had. But I choose to forgive you for myself. I wish you all the best. happy fucking new year VH Continue reading Happy Fucking New Year / Victoria Howell
I spent the last two years of my life preparing for this moment but it hits just as hard. It comes in waves tidal waves in fact. You are countries ahead yet I am still worlds behind. VH Continue reading Waves / Victoria Howell
You drained me of my identity and injected self doubt into my veins Left me questioning my own sanity Walking around aimlessly At war with my own body every day Trying to scrub your heavy words off my skin My mental state has been shaken to its core I don’t know who I am anymore e.s. Continue reading Drained / e.s.
It is strange how much time can change things. I find it hard to recognise myself six months ago. When I believed I was strong, but I had lost every sense of who I was. I’ve spent the last 182 days coming home to myself. I’m not who I was before I met him, and I am most definitely not who I was when I … Continue reading Strange / Victoria Howell