You’re Still The One

By Jae Vitug | World of Thoughts ©


 “YOU GAVE ME FOREVER IN A SPAN OF DAYS, AND FOR THAT I AM ETERNALLY GRATEFUL…”

– Hazel Grace Lancaster (The Fault in Our Stars)



July 17, 2015

I love you…

Words that I failed to tell you in person, words that I still want to tell you, words that I still feel about you.

I know it’s probably too late to say it. I know you’re perfectly fine living without me, but I just want to ease the burden I feel inside.

I’m sorry if I was selfish back then. I’m sorry if I made you feel like your efforts were trashed, and if I focused on your mistakes. You may think that I didn’t appreciate anything you’ve done, but please know that I am thankful for what we had when we were together, when everything was fine…

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Growing: From Party Girl To Working Woman

By Anonymous |  Elite Daily ©

You ruled the campus scene, and now it’s time to rule the world.

Graduating from college is a huge leap, and it launches you right into adulthood.

Whether you’ve got a job lined up or not, the reality is you need to clean up your act.

Most women worry about losing the fun and freedom their undergrad years granted them, but there are actually tons of reasons to look forward to putting your wild side to rest (at least on the weekdays).

Here’s why:

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Why You’ll Never Stop Being In Love With People You’ve Loved Before

By Paul Hudson |  Elite Daily ©


“Life changes us all the time. Or rather, people force us to change all the time.”


People change. Many will argue that people aren’t capable of changing.

Just the same, many will argue that people can actually change — as long as those people stay focused and continue pursuing the changes they seek.

In actuality, it’s not about whether people can or can’t change; the question itself is ridiculous.

The fact is that people do change, all the time. Not because they want to but because they have no choice in the matter.

Since you started reading this article, you’ve already changed. With each new sentence you read, you’re populating your mind with new information, with a new experience, with a new memory.

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So Right, But So Wrong

By Nicole Crowley |  Elite Daily ©

It’s one of the most convoluted, cruel twists of fate we’re thrown: the right guy at the wrong time.

The sparkle is rare, so you fiercely hold onto it. It’s the result of a compatibility wonder-match: He’s on the same wavelength as you; he smiles before the words have left your mouth; he knows your next move, and most of the time, he knows you better than you know yourself.

Life is much more interesting when he’s around. No matter how much of his time you’re able to absorb, it will never be enough. You will always crave more.

The only problem is he’s taken. Or, he lives 12,000 miles away. He’s mourning a recent relationship.

He has an intense history with your best friend. Reasoning aside, he’s unavailable to you.

So, now what? Is it better to nibble the crumbs of attention you get in second place, or fight for a love you know is meant for you?

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Move On But Don’t Forget Your Loss

By Alexandra Bannon |  Elite Daily ©


“At least once in our lives, we will all experience the essence of hurt, betrayal and pain.”


These emotions can come from all factors of life.

We can feel hurt when the flame we shared with someone we loved goes out; we can feel betrayed by a friend; we can feel pain when someone we love dies.

Nothing quite compares to trying to move on from something or someone who played a pivotal role in our lives.

Movies can portray it and people can talk about it, but when it comes down to the core, nothing can prepare you for what’s it like to get your heart broken.

Moving on from something that causes us immense heartache is one of the most painful experiences an individual can go through.

You can’t rush it and you can’t force it. It takes time.

It’s as simple as that.

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