A Christian pastor in North Carolina has been amazed by the reaction to one of his recent blog postings, in which he wrote about what his reaction would be if any of his children grew up and told him that they were gay.
We’re already seen some high profile spoofs of “True Detective,” but this one takes the cake. Ellen Page and Kate Mara have teamed up with Funny Or Die for “Tiny Detectives,” and the results are glorious.
I wish this was a real show ‘cause I’d watch the fuck out of it
“If you are reading this, it means you are alive. Get up and look at yourself in the mirror. Think of all the hardships you’ve been through, all the heartache, all those times someone made you feel less than. All the times you didn’t feel like getting out of bed in the morning, every time someone made you cry your eyes out. When someone told you they didn’t want to be with you anymore, or that they didn’t love you back. When someone told you you weren’t cool enough, or pretty enough, or skinny enough. When someone close to you betrayed your trust, when you felt like all hope was lost. Guess what? You survived. You are still here, and you are incredible. You are strong and you are beautiful. Your heart has been cut, bruised and stepped on, but it still beats strong. You have been to the bottom and the only direction from here is up. Look at you, you are marvelous.”—jenna_rosenthal
Me right now... In a new relationship. The girl loves me. Adores me. Wants to marry me. I am still head over heels in love with my ex after being apart for almost 10 months. And she still loves me. I got into this new relationship because I was scared. Perhaps scared that I fucked it with my ex. It is also nice to be wanted. Loved. I do love this new girl. But mentally it's not good for me. How do I get out of this new 4 month relationship without smashing her heart to smithereens.
I mean I don’t see how you can avoid breaking her heart, and unfortunately it looks like you have to. Just do it as gently as possible and be honest with her. The longer you stay with her, the more unfair it is to both of you. Be careful about getting back with your ex though. I’ve done it multiple times and it’s never worked out. It has always ended in more pain for me because the reasons you break up in the first place are still there. Not saying people can’t get back together and make it work, but what I’m saying is just be careful. I wish you the best