Okay, hello! Here are two reasons why this post is very inappropriate:
- It’s Valentine’s week, and most of us are in our dreams trying to imagine themselves walking down the aisle.
- It’s my first post here, and I don’t think this should be so dramatic than this incompetent drama.
I could have clicked on the schedule button, but as confused sociopath, as I am, I can’t help share my ignorance with all the sad souls out there.
Here’s what might have happened. You got in a relationship. You had great times. Things were pretty impressive. But things didn’t work the way it should have. You broke up. Now, you are a sunken soul.
There are things that you can’t simply let go of but again isn’t everything destructible?
The more you get attached to someone the more difficult is to get over them.
You have all those pictures lined up in your gallery. The memories of “that” someone with whom you thought you would fight to death. You can’t simply let go of someone because you know how good it was with that someone when it was.
You don’t want things to change but they will. Not everything happens for a reason. Unlike what we are preached some things happen for absolutely no reason at all.
Life’s not scrambled pieces of Jigsaw puzzles you ought to solve.
You have to let go of things and remember, It didn’t work out because it wasn’t perfect. You have to accept that something’s over.
Pushing yourself will only make things worse. I wouldn’t lie by saying that after it had ended, I slept — woke up, drank coffee and rest was history. No. It was hard accepting what had happened but I knew one thing, it is what it is. I had people for me who made me realize that’s the way it works. You have to accept some things in life and just, move on.
Time does heal most of the things, if not everything. Don’t give yourself a deadline to make things better. It will only make them worse.
Give yourself enough time to recover. Take your day off, do what you like and eat what you love. Don’t rush or slow down. Don’t try to move onto a new relationship. Let time take control for a bit.
Forgetting to remember someone who mattered to you the most isn’t going to be easy. It’s not just going to take time.
If your relationship were strong, loneliness would inevitably kick in. You will keep on rewinding all the memories you had together.
You need to know this, (I know you have been weary of listening to the same old thing) someone perfect is there for you. There are a billion people on this Earth, and of them, at-least one will be for you.
It’s not your fault. Stop pushing yourself for it. Remember the only thing that matter is who you are. You are the most important person to yourself.
Does that mean that no one means equally important to you? No. It just means that you must let go of someone who keeps on haunting your mind.
Earth’s a pretty much a messy place. Most of the time, you don’t know something had begun unless it’s come to an end.
Remember to learn from your mistakes. Learn what makes a good relationship. Learn not to make comprises but to welcome change with an open heart.
Remember there are people with whom you can always talk to :).
You can even reach me for any issue whatsoever. 🙂
Special thanks to Denis Villeneuve for this.