• Six Months Ago

    by  • July 20, 2011 • * Safe for Work *, Self-Esteem • 2 Comments

    Dear me from six months ago,

    I don’t know you anymore. I have changed in six months. Nothing significant happened to me, I just changed inside, and it means that I don’t know every detail of you. You are an imperfect memory now. I’m sorry. But I have learned a lesson. No one knows anyone else completely, and no one is completely known. Nobody. Not a single soul on this earth has shared every single part of their soul with somebody else.

    So don’t feel lonely because you are alone. Don’t think you don’t open up with others because you are introverted. Nobody opens up, but it doesn’t mean we are selfish or even scared. It’s just how people are.

    It doesn’t matter that Mom doesn’t understood that your semi-depression is more than PMS – she wants to help you all the same. Andriana understands AND she wants to help – and she goes to therapy.

    Want some advice? Here it is. Listen to more Josh Groban and watch more Criminal Minds. It’s going to be ok.

    2 Responses to Six Months Ago

    1. mea
      November 26, 2011 at 3:32 am

      “No one knows anyone else completely, and no one is completely known. Nobody. Not a single soul on this earth has shared every single part of their soul with somebody else”

      completely agree, the world and everyone in it is a shade of grey.

      oh gosh we’re too similar!

      listening to sad-ish/moving music and watching criminal minds back to back!

      Dr. Reid and Aaron Hutchner are such sexie beasts

    2. rachel
      November 26, 2011 at 5:34 pm

      oh wow thanks for the comment! I didn’t expect one after it’s been so long since I posted!

      and Dr. Reid is mine 🙂

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