Life experiences shape an individual into the person they are today. It concede a person to grow. Make a more thoughtful and wise decision in order to not repeat the same mistakes they have made in the past. Being in love was a life lesson experience I had learned from. Love happens so unexpectedly that when it does arrive our emotions become unsteady. Happiness, sadness, hurt, and pain are the emotions that derive from love. One 's emotions are expressed as intense, so they would call it; especially when it is first time their time falling in love. Being in love with my guy best friend was the most beautiful and painful experience I have withstood.
In the beginning, my best friend and I were so happy. I have never felt that much happiness in my life. It was like a little girl who received her first Barbie doll. I loved him and cared of him. Mindfully though, he was not my first love, but my second love. I messed up with my first love. I did not want to do the same with this new guy. We have spoken to each other every day since October two...
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