Three photos taken in the same place, different times of the year.
i actually totally disagree. people who move on quickly are just looking for happiness. come on, getting to know someone feels good, especially in its early stages. if a person “replaces” you it’s because you left a hole in their chest big enough to need replacing. you can question the realness of it, but why? i know that i am and have always been a sad sap who romanticizes the connections he has with people, someone who falls in love with girls he had one night stands with. all they have to do is fucking hold me after. how does that make my love any more authentic? it doesn’t. its the same desperate search for something that makes you feel whole.
losing someone like that doesn’t hurt because you lost something real, it hurts because you’re forced to come to terms with the fact that, surprise, almost nothing is. it’s being reminded that love is fleeting, and it can be felt in so many different ways with so many different people, and we forget that every time we fall into it.
by the end of it all maybe, just maybe, you’ll have experienced an okay relationship where you got to laugh and cry and cum and be the truest, most human version of yourself in the presence of another person. don’t shame the people who are hungry for that all over again.