This Is How The Right Person Will Love You

This Is How The Right Person Will Love You

I hope that you end up with someone who loves you back.

I don’t mean someone who likes your figure or the cool new shoes you’ve bought this month.

I hope you find someone who’s genuinely interested in you. Someone who wants to know what your favorite songs are.

I don’t mean the songs that you’ll listen to with a crowd of people at a bonfire but the songs you listen to when you’re driving alone or falling asleep at night.

Someone who wants to know what your favorite books are and will take the time to read them because they want to see what intrigues your mind.

Someone who wants to know about your favorite childhood memory and your favorite hiding place as an adult.

Someone who wants to work out with you and eat a tub of Nutella with you on a Friday night.

Someone who uses words like charming, stunning, delightful, lovely, graceful, lovely, dazzling, radiant, and dashing instead of cute, beautiful, and pretty.

Someone who wants to read every term paper you’ve aced and every journal entry you’ve posted on your blog.

Someone who wants to find all the imperfections on your olive skin and wants to love every blemish and scar they find.

Someone who knows your favorite quotes by heart. Someone who wants to know if you prefer almond milk or fat free milk.

Someone who wants to learn about your past but more so about your future.

I hope you find that someone who wants to know every detail about you.

I hope you find them and you end up with them forever.

by Natalie Meza

Source: Thought Catalog via Ideaspots
This Is How The Right Person Will Love You This Is How The Right Person Will Love You Reviewed by Κατερίνα Παπακυριακοπούλου on 8:45 PM Rating: 5

1 comment

  1. I hope you understand that, when a love like that comes along, it's going to be a challenge to not cling to it and expect it to last forever. I've learned from experience that, while it is possible that all that you listed exists, people can still bite off more than they can chew in relationships, bring long periods of uncertainty to the table as they go through what life puts on their table, at might not provide you with what they once could for reasons they can't explain to themselves or to you. Love is a gamble. I believe it's worth it to take those risks, but people make promises they *want* to be able to keep but often can not. In the end, I'd say love fully anyway, and be thankful for the experience.


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