To my future boyfriend, wherever the loving f*ck you are, when it comes to loving someone who’s been single for a while (read: what feels like forever), there are a few things you’ll need to remember:
1. It’s a daily struggle to believe the right person is out there.
Yes, you, this elusive person who I’ll one day share my life, body and heart with, I have to remind myself every single day that I won’t be alone forever and ever. It doesn’t matter how many wonderful friends and family (and readers) I have who remind me of why it’ll work out when I “least expect it” or “when the time is right”; I won’t believe they’re telling the truth until I meet you.
Honestly, if you can’t love every single aspect of your partner, you may as well just break it off now. Love should be unconditional. Sure, things in relationships and things your partner does will bother you from time to time, but if you let those annoyances affect how much you love him, leave him.
There is no point in holding on to something you’re not 100 percent sure about. This means total and complete love. It means unconditional love no matter what life issues and what challenges are thrown at you.
There are times when my partner is being so irritating or self-centered that I feel like I’m going to scream. I want to run away and never speak to him again. But I don’t. I choose to love him because he is my one and only. I stay because I love him without conseque
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