YOU DESERVE BETTER. YOU DESERVE THE SAME AMOUNT OF LOVE AND TIME YOU DEDICATE JUST TO SEE HIS FACE. IF HE DOES NOT SEE THAT, WALK AWAY.
Moving On From Love
This is me accepting that sometimes beautiful things end. This is me coming to terms with the fact that sometimes leaving is an act of love, too. That sometimes you have to walk away from something soft and hauntingly real, that sometimes hearts don’t align.
Don’t hate her for doing what you do best. Choosing herself.
This time, you are not superficially passing by people’s life anymore. You make the conscious call on which bridges to build or which bridges to burn; decide that you are not obliged to burn out your own fire to light up someone else’s fire.
I hate to admit that, I miss you. I really do, I missed you yesterday, I missed you the day before and I still am missing you.
Moving on gets easier when you realize that this person may be extraordinary but still not right for you.
If you’re going to love someone who has been cheated on, do it wholeheartedly, do so with purity. Unpack your baggage in front of them. Let them in. Doing so makes this person feel not only like you trust them, but like they can feel comfortable trusting you and doing the same.
Moving on means that you no longer read their horoscope. You no longer remember their birthday or the date of your anniversary.
You shattered my trust, and had I had time to focus on that I never would have been able to let him in.
I know the anxiety that comes from the unknown. I know the bartering that goes on: begging the minute hand to move just a little bit slower. I know people will write in their own goodbye scene and it won’t always be the one we pictured.