'2017' 'becauseiloveyou' 'Abuse' 'toxic relationships’ 'relationships' acceptance
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Because I love you I say I'm okay when they ask me what's wrong Because I love you I say I tripped over the rug when they see my bruise Because I love you
I want you to know I love you. I know I lied, and I cheated, and I hated I cried, and I used, and I baited I ran, and I screamed, and I fled I hit, and I slapped, I mislead But I want you to know I love you
When I was eight I met you, I was friends with your little brother, You were two years older, But to me you were just another figure when I came over.
For all my life I was taught Love was something that should not be sought To be pathetically vying for attention Begging desperately for affection Who can fix the broken hearted
I still remember the very first time I met you: We were just kids then, who believed in the idea of forever and always. And we were just two kids then, who believed in the whole:
Because you love me, you know when to be patient, gentle, forgiving, uplifting. Because you love me, you know when to take one step back and let me b r e a t h e.
The first step to loving is acceptance. Acceptance of their actions now, and the acceptance of their actions later. Acceptance of one’s past,
"Because I Love You" Was Her reason, Her cloak "We're surviving, not broke. Be grateful." No hope