I craved the numbing, the distraction, the occupancy of my time, with something that could take me away from what I was really feeling: loneliness.
They add that their marriage has “never been stronger” but they also want to focus on “fixing what is weak.”
All I know is that I want to quit you, I want to quit this game, but then I see your face and all my logic goes out the window. I see your smile and all my strength leaves my body. I wish I knew how to quit you. If I could, I would.
Although Tinder is right there on your phone, it can be draining thinking of that perfect response, waiting hours for a reply, going through that endless back and forth without ever really feeling like you’re getting to know these women.
I will not swallow my truth. Because each time you do, your voice, your heart, and your soul shrink a little more.
I hope you quit unhappiness. Quit depression. Quit other people.
I’ve grown an addiction of being hurt by people like you. My body practically craves it.
Calling it quits is easier when it was never love. Yet, even then many of us find it difficult to let go. It’s never more difficult, however, than when the person you’re considering giving up on is someone you did love.
You’re not “just” working, you’re being proactive and doing what you need to do for the universe to find the next adventure for you.
You either accept people for who they are, where they are, or you don’t. If you don’t love someone they way they are, it’s on you to take action, not them.