So much can change in a year.
I miss how we were then. So much. It breaks my heart every day.
The idea of someone else having you drives me crazy.
Losing Someone who You Love
Losing someone who you love. This is one of those topics where I have to choose my words very carefully, because there’s not many that begin to describe the range of emotions that one experiences. I guess it all depends on the specific situation that you’re living. Often, grief is felt. There are five stages of grief, but that’s a whole different post. Grief, sadness, misery, heartbreak, longing. Those are just a few words that represent the emotions people feel after losing someone close to them. Yes, pay attention to the fact that I say they are just words that represent the emotion. By reading the word grief, you don’t even begin to realize how painful it can be until you A) go through a similar situation, or B) really stop to take a second and think about what it means. That someone you lost could be a boyfriend, girlfriend, friend, family member, really anyone who has had a major impact on your life. The emotions aren’t describable, and I won’t even try.
Tonight’s post: Heartbreak
Heartbreak… It’s perhaps the only problem in life that man hasn’t found a solution to (other than death). I’ve had my heart broken just once at this point. It’s a long, painful process. The only solution that I’ve found is time. Drinking won’t help, cutting won’t help, drugs won’t help. The only possible solution you’ll ever find is time. Time to compose yourself, time to realize that you are able to live without that person. I won’t sit here and type lies, it just wastes both of our time: It will be painful, it will make you want to just lay down and cry. You also will overcome it, and you will do so with the support of your family and your friends.