I am broken and trying to glue the pieces back together. It will take time but in the end those who are around me will be amazed at what I can do.

So gwapo my baby. Huhu makes me miss him even more! 😭

Hindi sa lahat ng pagkakataon ay kailangan pairalin ang pride.

Jul 22nd at 11PM / via: beben-eleben / op: beben-eleben / reblog / 55 notes

20 Habits Happy People Have (But Never Talk About)


  1. They don’t get caught up in other people’s drama. – Never, ever create unnecessary drama, and don’t put up with those who spew drama your way.  The happiest people I’ve ever met care less about what random people say about them, especially if their remarks are rude.  In fact, happy people are often thankful for all the rude, obnoxious, and difficult people they meet in life, because these people serve as important reminders of how NOT to be.  They simply smile and walk the other way.  I challenge you to follow in their footsteps.
  2. They give to others whenever they are able. – While giving is considered an unselfish act (and it is), giving can also be more beneficial for the giver than the receiver.  In many cases, providing social support is actually more beneficial to our happiness than receiving it.  Happy people know this, which is precisely why they are always looking for ways to help others, while unhappy people stand around asking, “What’s in it for me?”
  3. They nurture their important relationships.Finding Flow, an interesting psychology book on happiness, reveals national survey data showing that when someone claims to have five or more friends with whom they can discuss important problems, they are 60% more likely to say they are happy.  The number of friends isn’t the important aspect here; it’s the effort you put into your relationships that matters.  Studies show that even the best relationships dissolve over time; so a close connection with someone is something you need to continually earn and never take for granted.
  4. They leave space to love themselves too. – The most painful thing is losing yourself in the process of loving someone else too much, and completely forgetting that you are special too.  Yes, nurture others, but don’t forget about yourself.  Happy people know self-love isn’t selfish.  They put their needs first because they see the power of showing up fully for others.  When you take care of yourself, you are better able to help the people you care about.  If you sacrifice all your needs in order to help them, you’re only showing up as a shell of your true self.
  5. They focus on effectiveness over popularity. – Never confuse popularity with effectiveness.  Being popular means you’re liked for awhile.  Being effective means you’ve made a difference.  And it’s this feeling of knowing you made a difference that matters in the end.

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Jul 22nd at 11PM / via: beben-eleben / op: beben-eleben / reblog / 86 notes

Sobrang hands up ako sa taong nag advice neto.. Napaisip at iyak ako…
Di ko alam kung naniniwala pa rin sya sa kung anong meron kame na kaya pang isalba pero the feeels!!! Iba talaga e…

Minsan ko lang makausap to ng ganito kaseryoso pero ang lalalim ng sinasabi at talagang mapapaisip ka.

But i dont think na kaya pa dahil wala na.. 😌 i gotta move on now and go on with my life.

I wasn’t prepared and ready for this pero sana kaya ko. 🙏

Always praying for the better.