Those beautiful, romantic, futile emotional attachments can either dissipate into thin air, collapse with great intensity or mold into something more important, more evolved and more purposeful.
Like most choices we make seeking pleasure, the pain in return is always much worse. There’s no hunger for sex, attention or affirmation.
Everyone wants to be in a relationship, but not everyone can handle a partnership.
Relationships are for the moment, for the fleeting and for those days, months and years you really needed someone.
A partnership is not just about honesty between two people but a new honesty with yourself.
Emotional integrity can only come when you have complete faith in yourself along with the inability to be destroyed by the other person’s thoughts about you.
They are rarely formed because most people don't want to take the time to get there.