If you see a supreme sticker, stop and say hi to Mohamed. There are few chances you won’t notice him, be it because of his somewhat unique climbing style, his dashingly good looks, or his tendency to say hello the louder way. Mohamed might have recently started climbing but he puts his preternatural predisposition for yoga-like moves to good use to cruise his way up boulders.
Flashback! Once upon a time they were dating. But since Blue is asexual it didn't work. We have these concepts like 'Love At First Sight' or 'Happily Ever After', but the truth is rarely that simple. Maintaining relationships can be a lot of work. Love can be messy and complicated and painful. Breakups are always hard to give and hard to receive, even if we deny it. Part of you (who you are / who you were / who you wanted to be / who you thought you were) can die when a relationship ends. We want to be loved and/or to love so badly that we'll stay in relationships everyone knows are bad for us so that we "aren't single". But is it really worth staying in something that doesn't make you truly happy? Don't stay in mediocre or unresolvable or unhealthy relationships. Whether you're single, mono, poly, married, or whatever, you have the power to take charge of your life. Tell yourself: "I will not lie to myself or others about my needs and feelings. I will leave relationships that aren't fulfilling. I am worthy of love, my needs are valid, and I don't have to settle."