Don’t fall in love too fast. I’m the girl who fells in love so fast. You know when you meet a guy on a bar, or through a friend and that thought always comes to mind.
May be he’s the one…..
It took a while and then I found him. Everything just flowed; the conversation, the chemistry, the connection. It was all there.
We saw each other every single day.
I finally found someone who understood me.
He found all the goofy things I do cute and he told me how special I was. We started planning our lives together.
He said that he had never been this way with anyone else before and he took all away my insecurities.
And then, in one moment he brought them all back. I saw her with another woman cuddling on his bed and we broke up.
This is a tough message, but I had to share it.
Don’t fall in love too fast……
Because the truth is when you fall in love too fast it’s not love.
Let me explain
Nothing good in our lives ever comes from falling. They say love is blind because the only time we fall is when we’re blinded.
When you fall in love too fast you think you know their dreams, but you just know their plans.
You think you know their heart, but you only knew their mind.
You think you know their past, but you just know parts.
Let the right person show you that they are the right person.
Don’t just give away your trust, let someone earn it.
I know what it’s like, it feels amazing to fall for someone quickly- that adrenaline rush.
But why do you want to fall for someone that you don’t know who’s going to be there to catch you.
We don’t just find a huge tree with a beautiful fruits and flowers overnight. It takes time.
No matter how much you water it, it takes time. No matter how much sunlight you give it, it takes time.
No tree overnight has the beautiful flowers and fruits.
And so, neither can a relationship, it takes time.
Remember, you can’t eat the fruit the same day you plant the seed.
And on the flip side, don’t make someone fall in love with you if you don’t know how to love them.
Because guess what- they won’t end up questioning you they’ll end up questioning love. I’m trying to say this for your own benefit.
I want you to have incredible, meaningful, purposeful relationships but I want them to be real. I want them to be genuine. Being in love is not a mood, it’s a commitment even after your mood changes.
You don’t figure that all out in one month.