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Nothing But Love on Valentine’s Day

Why I started celebrating love, and why I don’t want roses.

Photo by Hernan Pauccara from Pexels.

To love is not giving in to the fear of getting hurt. While sometimes someone comes along making it easy to forget that love is about being vulnerable, most of the time, it’s hard to let go of the pain others have caused in the past. Rejection hurts. And nothing seems as insurmountable as heartbreak.

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Phoebe Kirke

Phoebe Kirke

Feminist, activist, sister, but above all, hurt. Writing is my path to living life to the fullest.

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