You look back and you just feel stupid. You can’t forgive yourself for falling or believing all the lies. You reread every text. You relive every memory. And it all starts making sense — he never wanted love.
We consult our friends to brew up the perfect response, the wittiest comeback or the funniest joke so they can see that we’re cool, attractive, charming and funny. We follow everyone else but ourselves.
Thank you for making me cry, the tears washed away the mist that stopped me from seeing your true colors all these years but now I see things more clearly.
Sagittarius. They travel. Somewhere like India or Thailand so they can meditate, let go and focus on their mental and emotional well-being. They need to go really far away, turn off their phones and just focus on recovering.
And what I really learned about closure is that you don’t need it. You don’t need an apology from someone who gave up on you. You don’t need to hear someone pinpoint why you’re not right for them.
I’m going to see all the good things you failed to see in me. I’m going to start taking care of my heart instead of allowing you to break it. I’m going to pick up everything you’ve demolished and use it as a foundation to build myself up again. Without you.
They remember your failures and your losses very well but they never celebrate your accomplishments with you. They find more joy in your setbacks than your comebacks.
I’m slowly learning that discovering your self-worth will aggravate a lot of people who seemed to profit from your insecurities.
You heal when you don’t look at your heartbreak as an ending but rather as a new beginning. You heal when you remember the lesson and forget the pain.
You believe that you’re unworthy of love and attention because your past taught you that you’ll never be loved the way you always wanted to. You continue to settle for half-love or almost relationships because that’s what you know for sure. That’s what you got used to. That’s what you secretly think you deserve.