Kaitlyn Bristowe & Jason Tartick Celebrates Valentine's Day With Impressive Instagram Caption

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Kaitlyn Bristowe and Jason Tartick, Bachelor Nation's newest and most enthusiastic couple, just celebrated Valentine's Day together in Boston, where they sang Hamilton (the musical) and sipped wine. Later, Bristowe shared an Instagram that will likely go into the eventual Instagram Museum that will debut in the year 2050 (the Jonas Brothers will play at its opening). The accompanying pic is cute, but, more importantly, the caption is lengthy and written by Bianca Sparacino, the current creative director of Thought Catalog.
Here are a few excerpts from Bristowe's V-day caption — emphasis all my own.
"Finding your own version of happiness isn’t this comfortable, miraculous thing. It can get confusing, it will be hard. It’s difficult to be the person who does things differently, who chooses to walk away from from a life, or a love, or a hope that they once wanted. It is never easy to be the person who changes."
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"Choose the kind of love that feels right, the kind of love that makes you understand why it didn’t work out with anyone else." [Editor's Note: Bristowe was the Bachelorette in 2015.]
"Choose to move forward, into the kind of story that fulfills you, into the kind of person that holds your heart just as carefully as you hold theirs, into the kind of happiness that exists because you chose to fight for it, and never stop fighting for it. Never stop."
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Trust me when I say — the greatest thing you will ever do for yourself is to simply listen to what you actually want from life. Drown out the guidelines, the advice, the 'shoulds.' Drown out all of the opinions, all of the ways in which others are telling you how to live, and love, and exist in this world. It won’t be easy, it never is; because this is what they don’t tell you — finding your own version of happiness isn’t this comfortable, miraculous thing. It can get confusing, it will be hard. It’s difficult to be the person who does things differently, who chooses to walk away from from a life, or a love, or a hope that they once wanted. It is never easy to be the person who changes. But it's the greatest gift you will ever give yourself. It will push you towards figuring out what your own personal version of happiness looks like; and when you grow on your own terms, when you figure out what actually matters to you, what actually ignites your heart, what actually drives you to love yourself more — you live on your own terms. You become the person you have always wanted to be, rather than the person you were always told to be, and that is beautiful. Because when it comes down to it — life is about finding a happiness that works for you. So choose that happiness. Choose the kind of love that feels right, the kind of love that makes you understand why it didn’t work out with anyone else. Choose the kind of life that makes you so damn happy you kept fighting for the things you wanted, for the way in which your heart asked you to believe in more. Choose yourself, unapologetically and without guilt — the way you choose others. Show up for yourself. Give yourself permission to hope, to care, to trust in the things you deeply crave from life. Choose letting go. Choose forgiveness, choose to turn your losses into lessons. Choose to move forward, into the kind of story that fulfills you, into the kind of person that holds your heart just as carefully as you hold theirs, into the kind of happiness that exists because you chose to fight for it, and never stop fighting for it. Never stop. Thankyou @rainbowsalt who wrote this for me. Thank you @jason_tartick for being you.

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Meanwhile, over on Jason Tartick's Instagram: "So grateful for you."
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So grateful for you ❤️

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Man, this couple is non-stop! (That's a Hamilton reference, for the musical theater-averse people in the back.)
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