When Love Takes Over


Times like these make me realize how lucky I am to have someone in my life that truly gets me. Just a simple hug from him lifts the weight of the world off of my shoulders and in an instant I feel at peace again.


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It’s taken 38 years but Manalapan High School has finally seen all of the Viola’s (unless Chris has a kid that goes there down the road) Congrats Chris! 🎉🎓 #EndOfAnEra #TheyreProbHappy


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Anonymous asked // How often do you and Ryan see each other?
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During the week we see each other for an hour or so on Wednesdays because of work and we usually see each other two of the three days Friday Saturday and Sunday :)

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Anonymous asked // So I messaged you about a year ago telling you how my ex broke up with me and I just couldn't get over him, since then I had an immediate "rebound" and now in a completely different relationship. Long story short in the past 3 years I've had 3 different bfs now I know what your going to say but it's complicated why I "rushed" into these the rebound was a surprise, he started off as someone's shoulder to cry on. The new bf was a friend when I felt alone but I can't seem to get over my exes. Help
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I 100% get the rebounds, most of the time it’s inevitable and like you said, they start as a shoulder to cry on and they turn into someone who knows so much about you and you trust them with your feelings, so it’s often that kind of stuff happens. Anyways, I think you need to start thinking of yourself on your own. Break ups can sometimes make you feel like you need someone to make you feel better but really what you need is to be happy with yourself and the breakup/getting over someone process is much easier. Taking up new hobbies, meeting new people, going out and reconnecting with old friends can really help you realize you’re fine on your own. Once you realize that, you’ll much easier be able to get over exes and eventually fall into a relationship with someone who loves you as much as you’ve learned to love yourself. Again, I’m not saying you don’t already like yourself because I don’t know you at all, but I found in my own and my friends experiences we all forgot what it was like to be on our own because we needed validation from someone else to remember to like ourselves causing us to jump into things that’s weren’t 100% right for us at the moment. I hope this makes sense/helps a little. Don’t hesitate to message me again about this ❤️

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