What It’s Really Like to Fall In Love

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Love doesn’t hit you all at once. The realization that you’re falling in love does. One day you’re looking your person in the eye and you think, “This is it. That feeling everyone talks about? I’m inching toward it.”

You feel it like a spark in your chest, and then you blink and there’s a flame guiding…

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I’m a self-discovery writer: I write as I grow, make mistakes, and learn. It’s a celebration of humanness.

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