#2013TaughtMe

Sometimes you need to leave those people that are close to you but it doesn’t mean they don’t matter to you. It’s just that you want to explore the world, to know your capabilities, and to face new challenges.

Don’t be afraid to take the risk. It’ll be worth it the end.

You can’t always get what you want and that’s ok. Maybe it’s not the right time or it’s not meant for you. Just trust Him on what’s happening to your life. He has better plans for you. 🙂

There are things a lot more painful than being a broken hearted. You keep on crying. You feel so alone. Everything just keep falling apart. You’ll get to a point wherein you’ll be mad at you damn tearducts. LOL! But for sure, those problems will just pass by.

Be careful what you wish for.

Don’t expect and assume. It’s for your own good.

Take good care of your health. Eat healthy foods and exercise.

Remind yourself that it’s ok not to be perfect.

Don’t overthink. It’ll make you crazy.

Learn to forgive. Free yourself from all the negative feelings. It is the kindest thing you can do for yourself.

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“So, please, just be patient. I’m so afraid to care about someone. I know it seems like I’m this strong girl who can get through anything, but inside I’m very fragile. I’ve had so many things thrown at me, & each one has only made a crack. What I’m afraid of is shattering.”

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Things I Miss The Most

I miss spending the whole day lying to bed thinking random thoughts.
I miss watching korean novelas and romcom movies.
I miss those sleepless nights searching, reading, and lurking things over the Internet.
I miss reading Nicholas Sparks’ books.
I miss talking to my boy friends, as in guy friends.
I miss hanging out with my crazy, witty, and funny girl friends.
I miss travelling. I want to see and learn something new.
I miss crying. Weird, right?! I feel like I’m numb.
Most of all, I miss sleeping. Long, long, long, loooooong hours of sleep.

Weird Things That Happen When You Fall in Love

By Anna Davies

Your Brain Acts Like It’s on Drugs
When you’re falling in love, the rush of chemicals that flood your brain-oxytocin, dopamine, adrenaline and vasopressin-are similar to the types of chemicals released by heroin.

You May Get a Little Overshare-y
An hour ago, you were strangers. Now you’re spilling how you slept with a stuffed bunny ’til you were 10. Your brain decides in 20 minutes whether or not a person is trustworthy-so feeling safe swapping stories is a good sign you’re on your way to a solid bond.

You Get a Spine-Tingling Rush
You know those shivers that start when you hear an awesome song like “Rollin’ in the Deep?” or see a beyond-beautiful sunset? Well, those same tinglies occur when you’re crushing hard on a dude, too.

Ryan Gosling? Meh.
When you’re in love, guys you formerly thought were droolworthy “love drug” hormone oxytocin-which scientists theorize makes you feel more friendly and sociable.

You Get Less Headaches
Who needs ibuprophen? Research has found that oxytocin may actually minimize migraines.

You Can See It In Your Eyes
When you see someone you’re attracted to, your pupils dilate. Even cooler? Research has found that people rate faces with larger pupils as more attractive than ones without, so all that eye contact is only making you hotter.

You Feel Less Stressed
Kissing decreases the stress hormone cortisol flowing through your bod, meaning a few makeout sessions can totally chill you out.

SIGNS YOUR FALLING IN LOVE

You’ll read his texts over and over.
You walk really slow when you’re with him.
You pretend to be shy when you’re with him.
While thinking about him, your heart beats faster.
By listening to his voice, you’ll smile for no reason.
While looking at him, you can’t see anyone else.
You start listening to slow songs.
He becomes all you think about.
You get high off of his smell.
You realize you’re always smiling when you think of him.
Even though there was no specific name mentioned, you were thinking about him as you read this. 🙂

Will Never Drink

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This milk  tea was introduced to me by my officemate. We were in 7-11 store when she said that it was a good drink. Because of her PR, I bought it. The taste of ChaLife was good until afternoon came. I heard my tummy was growling. Badtrip man! It felt like a gig was going on inside. Something was grumbling, rumbling, gurgling or growling. Whatever you called it! I was in a hurry to get home because mother earth is calling me. After five minutes of peaceful talking to mother earth, wattdaa!! All I released was just water. I don’t know what’s happening to me. Maybe its because of ChaLife. Since I don’t want to happen it again, I will NEVER drink it. Period.

 

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