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Everybody has heard the saying love is blind Although very few of us have taken the time to apply it to our own relationships it holds truth for better or for worse I spent one of my first serious relationships turning a blind eye to the faults of my significant other He would blow me off and I would make excuses for him He would treat me with disrespect and I would ignore it He would play mind games with me and I would grow to be even more infatuated with him I insisted to myself that he actually loved me and cared about my feelings My naiveteacute hurt me in so many ways Looking back I wonder how I could be such a masochist It was a typical weekend night for one of my best friends Adrienne and me I was sixteen years old and we were getting ready to go out for the night with her friend Jordan He picked us up from her apartment late at night and drove us back to his house The three of us spent the night talking and having fun Adrienne entertained herself by playing her usual mind games with Jordan A few hours into the evening Jordans brother Barry came home I was immediately attracted to Barry He was tall handsome sweet shy and a Marine ie good body He joined us for the remainder of the night and made random comments under his breath about me being beautiful I was completely swept off my feet When it was time for Adrienne and me to go home I left with both regret and disappointment I was regretful because I was too shy to let him know that I was attracted to him and I was disappointed because he was too shy to ask me out on a date When we got back to Adriennes apartment I let her know that I was interested
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