TYMNHS: To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before

A crush is “a brief but intense infatuation for someone, especially someone unattainable.”

Have you ever told your crush how you felt about them?

Shy Lara Jean Covey did.

If you ever had a crush you would know how intense the feeling can get. Lara Jean bottled all those feelings and wrote them out in letters that she never mailed. Enters her younger sister, Kitty, who does it for her to help her nonexistant love life.

Kitty mails all five letters! The result: Instead of 0 suitors, Lara Jean now has potentially five 😂 including her childhood friend who is her older sister’s ex-boyfriend (and their neighbor) Josh. To avoid talking to Josh, Laura Jean kisses another crush Peter Kavinsky. From there onwards, her love life only gets more complicated including a fake relationship, dealing with Peter’s jealous ex-girlfriend, a fake viral video, and much more.

Perhaps having a crush is more trouble than it is worth or perhaps it is amazing when everything works out right? See the movie to find out.

To all the boys I’ve loved before is a cute movie with a charming cast. There are two more movies after this one but I feel that the first one is the best one and has the most heart.

What do you feel about having a crush? Are they worth it? Inevitable part of life? I feel they are a part of growing as a person.

Have I ever told my crush how I felt?

Yes

How did it go?

💔

If you are battling the fever and madness that comes with having a crush, love yourself and be kind to yourself too. Perhaps there is someone out there who is crushing on you and looking for the courage to tell you how they feel.

Thank you for reading today’s blog post 😊 This blog post will also be available as a podcast on anchor.fm/aisha-urooj

Image credit: https://www.edmovieguide.com/movies/to-all-the-boys-ive-loved-before-netflix/133710/

Published by Aisha Urooj

I live in Toronto, Ontario. I love living in my multicultural city. My hobbies include writing, reading, painting and photography. I adore classic books and hope to someday emulate the books that I love and cherish.

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