I’d Choose You All Over Again, Even Knowing We’d 'Break Up In The End'

I’d Choose You All Over Again, Even Knowing We’d 'Break Up In The End'

"I'd still go back and get you"
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Cole Swindell has always been one of my favorite artists, and even more so now after the release of his newest song, “Break Up In The End”.

In case you haven’t heard it, (which, if you haven’t, give it a listen like, YESTERDAY, because it’s the greatest), but on the off chance you haven’t, Cole sings about his experiences with an ex-girlfriend, telling the story of the great times they had. He says he would still choose her; choose them, over and over even if he knew they were going to eventually break up.

From the first time I heard this song, I knew it was going to put, and keep, me in my feels. Having recently gotten out of a relationship, I can one hundred percent relate to this song and every word Swindell sings.

Obviously, going into any relationship you never know the outcome. Most people can agree that if you knew you would break up, there would be no sense to get into the relationship in the first place, however I would disagree.

Even if I had known the outcome, I would have still chosen to be with him in that relationship.

Not only did I have some of the most special moments of my life that I will always hold dear to my heart, I learned so much about myself and experienced so much personal growth in our time together.

I’m a firm believer that whatever is meant to be, will be, no matter how long and windy the road to the destination is. Living by that, I would without a doubt choose him time and time again. When you love someone, you cannot regret time you had with them. There really shouldn’t be any regrets regardless.

I can confidently say that I love that boy, and I would continue to choose him regardless of the outcome. After all, that’s what love is, right? You choose the person you love until the choice isn’t yours anymore. Who cares that your heart is on the line? Isn’t love worth that?

Ultimately, heartbreak is an inevitable part of life, so it’s so important to choose to live in the moment and be happy with what (and who) you have, while you still have it. I may not be with him, but even if I had the choice I would still choose him time and time again.

When it comes to love, there really is no choice. You don’t get to go back to “choose” if you knew the outcome wouldn’t be what you had hoped. You only get to choose to love that person while you have them, and love them even when they’re gone.

At the end of the day, what is meant to be really will find a way. In the meantime, love what you have and enjoy it- even if you break up in the end.

Cover Image Credit: Kaitlin Pastor

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My Boyfriend Is 'One Of My Biggest Blessings,' And You're Not Going To Make Me Feel Bad For Saying That

Maybe I have just seen that life isn't always filled with the very best people and to hold onto and appreciate the incredible ones you do find.

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As I was catching up with a good friend of mine today, a really mind blowing realization finally fully hit me.

I'm a lucky girl.

We were catching up on what was new and exciting in our lives as we sat on her patio furniture basking in the hot summer sun. I was mid-story, telling her a quick recap of some not-so-wonderful things I have gone through and why I appreciate the person I'm dating today so much. I told her about the endless support I have constantly and genuinely received throughout the duration of our relationship, and how this always made me feel as like he truly considered both myself and my work important.

Without even thinking twice, I out blurted "He'd support me even if I wanted to be a garbage woman for the rest of my life! If he saw that I really loved what it was that I was doing, he'd be all for it."

It took me a quick second to actually processes the complete accuracy of what it was that I just said. It was one of those moments where my mind hadn't quite caught up with the words that had just came out of my mouth.

This made me also think of a time, very recently, where I was at a crossroads in life. I wasn't completely sure what path it was that I wanted to take and whether or not I was just jumping to a quick conclusion based on my feelings in that exact moment. I was then asked, "well what do you think his advice would be?" I quickly replied, "he'd tell me to do it because it's what I love."

That very moment only stayed with me for a split second, until I found myself back in the present, sitting with her on her backyard patio chairs.

I think, sometimes, we grow so used to the way that certain people in life treat us, that it almost becomes too normalized. We seem to forget that being made feel so special and so cared about is in fact a gift, and not just something we endlessly receive. It's a truly beautiful feeling knowing that you are loved to the point where as long as you are following your dreams, you are being fully supported. And not too many people can deem that as true.

So people can refer to me as the girl who is "so obsessed with her boyfriend." And that's fine. Maybe it's completely true. Maybe it's not. Maybe I have just seen that life isn't always filled with the very best people and to hold onto and appreciate the incredible ones you do find. It's good to sit back and realize how good of a thing we have while we still have it. And that's exactly what I'm doing to do; unapologetically.

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