March 4, 2012

Advice: Fool In Love (Breaking Up...)

It would be easy to just forget all the things that happened, take him back, and be happy (at least temporarily). Sounds so easy, but it's not. Life is hard, and it's one of those hard decisions. Life is about decisions, and the decisions that you make determine what path your life will take. What's the worst that could happen? You deserve to be happy right?

You miss him a lot, even though it's only been a few days but it feels like it's been years since you last spoke. You tell him "I don't want to speak to you again" but you're just dying to get a text, an email, a wall post on Facebook, a tweet, SOMETHING. Maybe if he would just apologize, tell you those three little words, make your heart melt again, things would be all peachy again (if only for a little while). You know you shouldn't accept just words, actions are what count, and that he'll probably do the same things again in the near future. But the happiness you feel when you're with him, talking to him, just being apart of their life makes you so happy and you can't put a price on happiness.

It's been said that the definition of "stupid" is doing the same thing over and over again expecting different results when you're not doing anything different. You don't want to be stupid, you just want to be happy. It's also been said that there's no love without pain, but there's a limit. People often interpret that phrase the wrong way or they adjust it to fit their situation, but it is just exactly what it says.

When the pain outweighs the happiness, the bad times overpower the good times, the tears drown out the laughter, that's when you know it's time to let go. It may hurt, you may feel lonely, but find solace in God, friends, and family. Find strength in KNOWING that there's someone for everyone and some guys are just frogs, but soon you'll find your prince. Don't settle for anyone who hurts you, makes you feel unappreciated, unworthy, and not like the queen that you are.

If it's meant to be it will happen, if it's not meant to be someone else will be more worthy. We spend too much time thinking that we've missed our true love, when in reality we're missing out on life and the chance to meet our REAL true love by worrying about that one who got away. It's easier said than done, but I hope you find comfort in these words, and please know that you're not alone.s


Post a Comment