Loving someone new, moving on, starting over… is all healthy. It’s not the end of the world, and fear shouldn’t be placed there… those are all blessings. Fear of the unknown is a myth, we only do it because we’re taught to do it. But aren’t you tired of the same cycles? That’s what your comfortable with, the very things you want to change and get rid of so bad. It’s because you know them, very well, and that’s where “comfort” lies, not in actually wanting to be there but in KNOWING where you are, familiarity. But, as we say, Love is Love right… are we saying that to justify the insecurities of society, attempting to normalize what makes people uncomfortable, like the love between two men or two women? The sexual attraction and public displays of affection between the same groups? Or are we saying Love is Love in general, and that it is ok to love another woman as a woman, a man as a man, and as either to start over if one love doesn’t quite make the cut? Where have we adopted this morbid belief in regards to love and how we go about searching for it? Why can’t each encounter be a journey or experience… that grows us in the end? Why does an ending have to be detrimental or life changing? Enjoy love while it lasts, times are ever changing, that’s all I’m saying ….

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