I know it hurts now, and it will hurt for a while…longer than you may want, and much more excruciating than you may think. It may feel like you won’t surpass this, and that you won’t be able to bear the pain, but trust me, things will eventually get better through time.
Take your time to appreciate whatever it is that aches, and just let yourself indulge in the pain. Your misery now will eventually subside as your heart builds resistance to it.
Everything ends, may it be a season or life in general, and your pain is no exception. Just allow yourself to endure this much in order to realize what you are capable of.
Let your pain become an indication of your strength, and let your courageous heart be proof that hurting can be beautiful too.
Love yourself and keep reminding your soul that you are more than capable of taking on such test. Appreciate everything that’s going on in your life and embrace every difficult obstacle you go through. Have the strength to keep going no matter how hard it could be.
Nobody will help you heal except yourself. Anyone can tell you something, but you can always choose what to accept. Your healing depends on you, and that’s something you should decide on. You can keep crying as much as you want, wallow in everything your thoughts tell you, and just conquer every difficult night that blankets your vulnerability.
When you’re tired of the pain and everything else that hurts, start decluttering. Dispose every negativity and start over. Learn from your mistakes and get back on your feet. Let a stronger you be awakened from that deep slumber and face the world again with so much hope and willingness; give yourself another chance, and open your heart to possibilities once more.
You see, life and pain run parallel, but we can choose to let our pain be our strength.
One day, you will remember your pain as a thing of the past. You will remember your tears as droplets of regrets and your regrets as pieces of untold stories.
When that day comes, thank those who hurt you, for somehow they initiated the fabrication of your better version. Let them see your growth, forgive them for the pain, but never forget their contribution to your life.
Let a new person live in you – one who will always have a memory of a painful but beautiful past.