We never should have been together.
If it feels right in your heart, trust that it is God speaking to you.
You lead me on. Why of all people does it have to be you?
8 Important Reasons To Let Go Of People Who No Longer Play An Important Part In Your Life
1. Let go because things are not the same anymore.
People simply grow a part, which is perfectly normal. You realize you want different things, no longer share the same interests, no longer understand and no longer connect.
Sometimes, it’s a matter of accepting that it takes time to let go, rather than holding on to something that just can’t be brought back, was lost a long time ago or perhaps, was never really there at all.
It’s difficult to hold on to people in life, but remember that you’re destined to meet different people along your journey who will bring you happiness, sorrow, pain and joy.
2. Let go because the trust and loyalty isn’t there.
If you know in your heart that you can’t trust this person and he or she cannot be loyal, then you need to ask yourself why this person is in your life. Trust and loyalty are the foundation of any friendship and relationship.
If they’re not present, it may only lead to paranoia, frustration, tension and anger that you’re better off without feeling.
Find someone with whom you can share your deepest darkest secrets and you know that after walking away, his or her lips will remain tightly sealed. Find someone whose faithfulness to you will be unquestionable because his or her actions, rather than empty promises, bring you a peace of mind.
3. Let go because you are unclear of where things stand.
Engaging in an undefined friendship or relationship is confusing because you don’t know what you mean to the person, if anything at all. If the person can’t make you feel as though you’re significant, reflect on why you’re allowing someone to treat this way.
Be in the company of someone who is proud to have you in his or her life and will make that known to you and the rest of the world. Be in the company of someone who won’t gamble with your heart and mind simply because he or she knows you’re not going anywhere.
4. Let go if the friendship or relationship is damaging to you.
If the friendship/relationship is making you unhappy or miserable, it’s time to bid the person farewell. We must not allow ourselves to feel trapped and used to being treated far less well than we deserve.
If someone is putting you down, competing with you, not paying attention to you, not caring about you, abusing you, embarrassing you in front of others, making you question yourself, belittling you or simply just not caring about you, remove the negativity from your life as soon as possible. Respect yourself enough to be able to walk away.
5. Let go if you simply don’t see eye to eye.
It is hard to make a relationship work if you can’t ever agree or see each other’s points of view. If the one thing you can agree on is that neither of you can agree, it might be time to walk away.
In many friendships and relationships, people come together through unlikely chances, through their differences and lack of similarities. Therefore, it can work, but if you find that it’s a significant source of many of your disputes and tensions, get out now.
6. Let go if you’re the one fighting to make it work.
If your relationship makes you feel as though you’re the only one putting in effort, time and love, reflect on whether or not it’s worth it. If someone truly loves you, cares for you or wants and needs you, the person will never allow you to invest disproportionate effort.
Find someone who makes you feel worthwhile and worthy. Find someone who fights to have you in his or her life. Find someone who knows how lucky he or she is to have you.
Find someone who acknowledges everything you have done and will do. Don’t waste your time on anything less.
7. Let go if he or she doesn’t encourage you or believe in you.
If you find that your relationship isn’t providing you with support, reflect on what the person is providing. You deserve someone who will be there to encourage you throughout your journey and believe in you maybe even more than you believe in yourself.
8. Let go if the relationship isn’t bringing you what you want and need.
Ask yourself whether you can do without the relationship or whether it’s something you unquestionably want and deserve. Sometimes, there’s this belief that we can be “too fussy” with what we want from others in life, but then again, why should we settle for anything less than happiness?
Don’t ever allow someone to make you feel needy for wanting someone who will love, care and support you, someone who will listen and give you insightful advice, someone who wants the same things, someone you can trust and will be loyal to you, someone who believes so strongly in you and your capabilities. Just someone who makes you feel like you’re someone.
That feeling when someone’s talking and you pretend you’re listening but you’re actually killing him in your mind.
He’s my Clinical Chemistry 1 professor.
Maraming nagkaka-crush sa kanya that’s why we took a picture together; pampainis sa mga naka-crush sa kanya. Hahaha. (evil)
Anyhow, this guy smells reallyyyyy good. I know it because I sit in front of his class (not because I want to but because I have no choice). Maybe that’s why most of the girls in our department have a crush on him.
So really, the reason why we took a picture together is because he said that he wasn’t going to be our teacher anymore. Pero nalaman ko na lang sa friend ko na niloloko niya lang pala kami. Humanda siyaaaaaa! Hahaha
By the way, nakagat ko pala to siya. Sorry, ganyan ako. May lahing bampira. Ayun, maraming nainis sa akin. Swerte ko daw kasi nakagat ko si Sir. Lol.
Goodbye, my almost lover.
Goodbye, my hopeless dream. I’m trying not to think about you. Can’t you just let me be? So long, my luckless romance. My back is turned on you. I should have known you’d bring me heartache. Almost lovers always do
That little silly f*cked up feeling.
Did there ever come a time where you just feel really wrong about yourself? That feeling of sadness from no particular reason? That feeling where you just want to sulk at the corner of your room and cry?
Something you don’t like happened and then all of sudden you just closed down. Then it will last for a long time, a very long time that you would even forget why you feel bad.
This may sound really emotional and all but this is really bothering me right now.
Stalking can be a bitch sometimes.
It’s funny how you stalk someone very special from your past and then all of a sudden every tiny bit of feeling comes back at you like a hurricane. It devours you so hard you can’t get away from it.
It sucks how that’s what I am feeling right now. The hardest thing is I have seen some posts about me and somehow I miss them. I miss being the subject. The person he talks about. The person he admires. The person he pleases every now and then. The person he cares for. The person he loves.
It’s sad how it’s not like that anymore. It really struck me in the heart so bad. Every affection I had for him came back and it hurts so much.
It’s somehow ironic that the person who once meant the world to you is now just someone you knew, someone in the past; not because you wanted to but because you didn’t have any choice at all. It was bound to happen maybe for some reason only God knew.
He was the greatest love I ever had. Yes he was. I don’t know why but he really was. I waited for him for a long time but I got nothing. I hoped for another chance, I did the dumbest things but nothing.
What hurts the most is that I can’t do anything anymore to get him back.
He keeps on breaking my heart and he doesn’t even know it.
Lesson learned: Never stalk someone who was very special from your past.