Snap out of it

You don’t know what it’s like to be on team, how could you ever know? You weren’t born with athleticism, you were born to read books.

That’s still no excuse to how you’re hurting him. That look in his eyes when you use your sharp tongue to slice through his heart. Do you feel what he feels? Do you think what he thinks?

No.

Then why are you speaking to him like you do? Why are you assuming his intentions? Why are you painting him out to your friends as the bad guy?

His commitment to you is overwhelming. His willingness to give things up for you is needy. His efforts to talk things out with you is stubborn. 

Your index finger is pointing blame at him. It’s his fault things turned out this way. He’s the one that needs to change, not you. You’re more experienced with love, you know love, and you know you deserve better than this.

Snap out of it.

If you’ve never been on a team before, don’t pretend you know what it’s like to sacrifice and work together. If you’ve never opened your heart up to anyone before, don’t pretend like you’re more experienced with love. Sure, you might have been with more people than he has, but you’ve never learned to truly love if you don’t understand what it means to be a team. Take a hard look at yourself.

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