If you regret something, it’s because you didn’t learn from it. If you learned something, some kind of lesson, then you should by no means live with any kind of regret.
Have you ever wished to turn back time?
“Biggest regret, not telling her how much she meant to me every single day. That I’d literally do anything for her, and that I could see myself being with her forever.”
And maybe this is what love is, to find comfort and security in vulnerability, but to me it was a signal. A call of a siren to run away as fast as I could. And so I did.
Because when I say it’s nothing, I actually mean it’s everything.
I’m sorry for all I said when I shouldn’t have, for all I said to late, and for all that I still haven’t said, even after all this time.
There is nothing–nothing–wrong with having regrets in your life. In fact, it’s both health and intelligent to be able to think of a few things you’d do differently if you got another chance.
“In some ways, I still and will always love you, but in a completely different way now. Know that you always have a space in my heart no matter how tiny that place is.”
Let go of your failed relationships. Let go of how things turned out. Let go of the way you let someone go, and let go of how someone let you go. Let go of the words you said but most importantly, let go of the words you didn’t say.
Why did you let me go?