• You are desperate

    by  • August 29, 2010 • Inspiration, Love - Pure and Simple, Self-Esteem • 4 Comments

    Dear Everyone Who Posts About Unrequited Love,

    The person you are pining over will never feel the same way about you. Ever. Nobody who feels the way you do is in a healthy relationship with anybody.

    Nobody will love you until you begin to appreciate yourself and stop being such needy, desperate saps.

    Most of you will somehow stop being social rejects and will actually get into a relationship that works out. But not before you value yourself and others start to see value in you too.

    Right now, everyone thinks you are desperate and needy beyond help.

    In order to stop this, start working out or doing a kick ass job at work or in school. Drop out of the scene for a while, get in shape and get some new clothes and a new haircut. Get some therapy. Get into yourself.

    Good luck from a reformed, once desperate and now happily married person.

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    4 Responses to You are desperate

    1. Mildred
      August 29, 2010 at 2:58 pm

      You must have focused on a new vocabulary while trying to get over it. Cngoratulations on your improvement.


    2. Quester
      August 29, 2010 at 9:35 pm

      While I haven’t contributed to this site, I doubt it has something to do with desperation… Not every single letter is about lost/unrequieted love, some whispers of hate, some tell about regret, others again write about friendships that didn’t last. I would like to believe this site is mostly about moving on, getting to terms with a break-up either with a loved one, friend or family member.

      Personally I would like to write a letter to my grandad, who died of cancer in 2003. Do you have objections to that too?

      With Gusto.


    3. final-summation-none
      August 30, 2010 at 7:27 am

      Have you ever stopped to think that maybe their unrequited love doesn’t control their every move, that the “desperate saps” just want to let some emotion out and this is taking a step to letting that person go and moving on? because most of the letters I have seen have been about saying, this is it for me, I don’t need to pine for you anymore I’m worth more than this.


    4. matt mattson
      March 11, 2011 at 10:37 pm

      That comment and that attitude do not belong here, it would be like an atheist going back to church and yelling at people for having faith. You moved on, that is good, you even have good points, but you are tactless and hostile and needlessly so. Get out of here. This is a place for people to let go, to cast their burdens off, they are moving on, they just haven’t gotten there all the way. As someone who supposedly has been in their shoes, have some empathy.



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