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A bit dramatic? Some people do love deeper than others. Some are more empathetic, more emotional, more willing to open themselves up. Just the same, some couples are more compatible than others. People impact our lives and our realities in different ways. When you fall for someone who changes the way you see the world, losing that person means losing your reality. He or she was the glue that held all the pieces together. He or she made everything seem like it made sense.
And then one day, you wake up and this person is gone. Everything starts to fall apart. You question your purpose in life, if there even is a purpose. You question whether or not what the two of you shared was true love. Were you just being a complete fool this entire time? You begin to lose trust in yourself. You lose trust in others. You lose hope, and the concept of happiness becomes one only fitting for fairytales. Because fairytales have happy endings and this world, this life, is no fairytale. I held on for as long as I could, hoping, wishing, praying to get one more chance to make things right.
Not really. Because you both experienced so much pain, you both changed into different people. In the end, you have no choice but to figure out a way to move on with your life. But how do you do that?
How do you let go when the last thing you ever imagined yourself doing was letting go? It took me years to figure it out. Painful, self-destructive, miserable years.
You just need to move on. How many nights have you cried yourself to sleep because of this person? How many times did he or she abandon you? How much did it hurt to lose him or her? And most importantly, why did you lose him or her to begin with? The two of you are like crack to each other.
Sure, like any drug, it feels really good for a while. But then it turns into little more than an unhealthy addiction — one you believe yourself too weak to shake. There are billions of people on this planet. What you need to do is get your shit together.
And the only way for you to do that is for you to accept you were wrong. The good news: The love of your life is somewhere out there, wishing and waiting to meet you. These words are for us all. Beyond Worthyby Jacqueline Whitney. You may unsubscribe at any time. More From Thought Catalog. Get our newsletter every Friday! You're in! See you Friday. Follow Thought Catalog.How to stop loving ex
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