HORU February 25, 2016


"One of the most important lessons I'm learning right now is that my friends are well, they're my friends. When you're going through a rough time and all you want to do is talk about it over and over again, you may think you're being a burden and that your friends are over you and your problems. But they're not. You may also think that they probably think less of you, that you're crazy or overemotional. Well, they don't. I've been having trouble accepting that because I feel like I've just been annoying, talking about the same thing in each conversation. But don't be afraid to rely on people when you need it. And don't be afraid of change in your life. Something big happened in my life recently and I was holding desperately onto the slim-to-none chance that things would go back to the way they were. Now, I'm finding solace in the fact that there's a million different ways to move forward and it's up to me to choose the direction I want to go in."


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