• Moving on

    by  • September 25, 2017 • * Safe for Work *, Uncategorized • 5 Comments

    Reading some of these post, I’m curious as to, how long have some of us been suffering? When is it time to truly let go and move on? If we are never able to express our feelings to the person you’re loving, why torture yourself with the unknowns and what ifs? Sometimes writing it out helps, but it never truly goes away. Sometimes you never know what the other person feels. Living in heartache and heartbreak just prolongs the emptiness in your soul. Accepting it or expressing whatever it is you feel can began the healing process. No one likes rejection, but sitting in misery is even worse. I’m one of the people who has been through unrequited love so, read these letters and try to come to an understanding, but when is it time to get off this rollercoaster? When is it time to stop searching and wait? Something special could be right in front of your eyes and you refuse to see it.We are focused on the person we are not able to have, when the person who is meant is right there; has been all along. For those who has made mistakes, on up to those mistakes, acknowledge them and communicate to that person. Some times the other person is waiting to hear a sorry, rather than dead silence. Waiting too long can cause a bigger rift, than just trying to come to an understanding. Just, my thoughts and my view.
    From someone who has been through it all.

    5 Responses to Moving on

    1. @author
      October 3, 2017 at 4:12 am

      @author THANK YOU. Words of wisdom. Thank you voice of reason.

      We all know that you cant just move on or get over it. You learn how to deal with it. The only way like you said is to express your feelings and be true to yourself. Express Love. You have to take action to deal with what you are going through or what is happening to you. Or suppress your emotions and make the choice to stay is misery or on that rollercoaster. Be good to yourself.

      How can someone move their heart? Run and Hide from it? Your heart is a part of who you are. You can do your best with hiding your true feelings from others, but that is not dealing with it.

      I agree with you for the ones that make bad mistakes/bad behavior. Do you regret what you said or actions? Deal with it and communicate. Own up to your mistakes. If you love someone show them. Apologize and say sorry. You wont have to change who you are If they love you. People with good character make mistakes and hurt people. Under normal circumstances when you love someone you dont mean to hurt them. No one is perfect. The difference is that they do apologize.

      The author is right, the silence doesn’t help anyone. Don’t wait too long folks. The challenge is with most of these behaviors/mistakes that we dont immediately feel or see the weight and full experience of consequences. Sometimes it takes years to fully experience the consequences/choices you have made even if it has been negatively impacting you and others.

      If you got lung cancer the moment you smoke one cigarette, you probably wouldn’t do it.

      What helps? Understanding and open communication.

      • Bundle
        October 9, 2017 at 11:14 pm

        No, open communication does not work, does it, my dear ex?
        Open communication is pointless when your partner prefers to imagine random unsigned letters on a website are intended for him,

        First it was abusive ones.

        He eventually left.
        I’m not one to try and persuade the lunatic mind following denial after denial, not only of the authorship of these letters, but also false accusation after false accusation of my cheating.

        Now he thinks I’m writing daft letters to get him to come back!

        I can only hope to demonstrate the truth, then he will finally fuck off forever.

    2. Truth
      October 18, 2017 at 5:27 pm

      @bundle yup that is terrible. That’s what cowards do. they hide and they continue to lie and since they no longer have any control, they try to control how others see you.

      you just keep being in your truth! Best of Luck!

      • Bundle
        October 21, 2017 at 7:39 am


        He needs to talk to a professional about his psychological problems, but refuses to.

    3. eh
      October 24, 2017 at 2:26 am

      I know work has to know. You know fo flowers that won’t bloom well because theywon’t. letters for thanking someone for knownig your story
      bet i was born hopeful knowing i would feel loveless
      welp girl ya just a lost angel. thanks. i will try to masturbate fondly wondering who I should actually think of

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