redrover: (Would an idiot do this?)
Evie ([personal profile] redrover) wrote2014-05-24 09:39 pm

A Public Service Announcement:

Love makes us vulnerable. Love means allowing someone into our hearts and homes because we feel safe in their presence. Love means trusting those people with our emotional, physical, and mental well-being. This is the root of any loving relationship, no matter the form it takes. This should be the foundation of your relationship with your mother, your father, your siblings, your friends, your lovers, and your children.

A loved one who uses their position within your circle of vulnerability to hurt you with unkind words or deeds does not love you the way you deserve to be loved.

Mary Schmich wrote, “Don’t be reckless with other people’s hearts. Don’t put up with people who are reckless with yours.”

Real love is unconditional. There are no caveats or exceptions to this rule.

If someone loves you, they will not make you feel negatively about yourself.

If someone loves you, they will not make you feel negatively about yourself.

If someone loves you, they will not make you feel negatively about yourself.