Loving someone is one of the most beautiful feelings in the whole world. But sometimes it hurts too, it breaks your heart, makes you insane, makes you want to die, makes you want to destroy everything including your innocent heart which was so full and now feels like weightless tumbleweed flying around in the heavy tornado of emotions
Here we have an open letter from “Open letter that’s matter” that will show you how Letting Go someone is painful but living with them is more stressing.
It was a captivating love story, cut short.
There was so much passion and so much excitement. You finally felt free. You felt loved and they made you feel important.
They gave you feelings you’ve never felt before. There was an attraction and this connection that couldn’t have been something ordinary.
You found someone who makes you feel wanted, needed, and appreciated. It’s breathtaking. You feel like this is the way things should be. This is something that doesn’t happen twice…
Then slowly things start to change.
They don’t call as much as they use to. They don’t reach for your hand as much anymore. You feel like their lips are full of secrets. They are gradually drifting away, without any warning.
You constantly feel like you’ve done something wrong. Then you feel like you aren’t good enough anymore.
And it hurts like hell because you’re not ready to let go.
Whatever it was, whether it was you or them, you want to get things back to the way they use to be. So you hold on. You hold on so tightly because this was it. This is what love is like, right?
This is something you question if you’ll ever be able to relive again. You hold on so tightly because holding on makes you feel something, even if it’s misery.
I want you to know, that love isn’t like this.
Love never stops making you feel valuable. Love never makes you feel uncertainty or question if you are still loved. Love makes the hard times worth going through.
Love is never giving up on someone. Love is never making someone feel unworthy, useless, or unlovable. Love is holding on, but its holding on together. Not at the last strands of the relationship.
I want you to feel these things.
I hope you believe that you will find something better than anything you’re still holding on to.
When the memories start to exceed the reality, it’s time to let go.
When you start to question your worth by someone’s lack of effort, it’s time to let go.
When you feel like you’re being broken down constantly by their expectations of you, it’s time to let go.
When you feel like you’re continually being used time after time, it’s time to let go.
When you feel like you are not just being ignored but unappreciated, it’s time to let go.
When there are more lies than the truth, it’s time to let go.
When they turn things back on you rather than admit their mistakes, it’s time to let go.
When you are again after again not placed as a priority, it’s time to let go.
When you’re laying in a bed next to this person and you start to question why you’re still here, it’s time to let go.
It’s hard when you can’t place anyone above them, but they can easily put other people and other things before you. This is a difficult decision, but it is one only you can make.
I am a firm believer in fighting for what you love, but love never makes you feel less than who you are.