things to believe in
I wish I knew the psychology behind it, but this makes sense to me. When I'm in love, it's not that the other person is invisible, I feel very attracted to that person, physically, but it's like the body type and all it's issues don't matter, I mean they matter, but they don't change how attractive that person is, to me. Know what I mean?
Do not wait by the phone for his call...you are worth his attention, and he is being rude and disrespectful to you if he just calls when he feels like it, expecting you to be doing nothing but waiting for him. Do not date for years on end expecting a proposal either...if you are ready and he isn't, move on.
While the first part of this makes me think of whiny, first-world people who don't actually have real problems, the second part is an inspiring description of overcoming traumas. It isn't romantic. It isn't something you deal with faintly. It is a life and death fight that only you can fight. And only you can win. It is a fight that is completely worth it because of the beauty in knowing God, beauty in nature, beauty in love and friendship, beauty in being healthy and whole.
Your "sadness" is *not* beautiful. There is a trend on Pinterest to romanticize sadness. But true suffering is never romantic, and wallowing in "sadness" is simply indulgence. Visit an Indian slum or an African township, and you'll see true suffering...borne with grace and without complaint.