Think about drinking on a weekday even though you barely even drink at the weekend. Wish you had that to numb the pain. Realise you don’t like the taste enough to drink it. Listen to your sad Taylor Swift playlist. See how long you last before the tears start falling. See how long your heart… Continue reading How to (almost) move on
Dear you, Wow. I have written about you so much that it seems silly for me to even say goodbye. But I just feel like it’s right. And I think I owe it to myself to be able to say goodbye. So that’s what I’m going to do. I miss you already. But this is… Continue reading Dear my almost lover. This is my final goodbye.
Han, I originally wanted to right this somehow hoping it would make me feel better. But I’m sure I will just end up in tears. I feel like up until now I was completely denying the fact that in September you will no longer live down my street. And then I’ll have to do this… Continue reading Open letter to my best friend who is moving away
I think maybe you were the first person I could never really have. So I just silently hoped I could instead. I silently hoped that every single part of romance in your life would fail just so you would come to me feeling sad about it. So I could comfort you. So I could talk… Continue reading We Always Want What We Can’t Have And Darling, I Wanted You
Lie in bed at night and listen to the traffic go by. And the noise of your laptop you accidentally left on. And your breath going in and out, in and out. Try to feel real. Try to see if you can hear the conversations of the people walking by. Wonder if those people are… Continue reading What to do when you lose the “one”
We all talk a lot about moving on. About letting go. About healing and forgetting. About putting ourselves first. About saving ourselves. About putting the pieces back together after we’re broken. We talk about saying goodbye, coming clean, washing away the pain. We talk about moving on. We write and we cry and then we… Continue reading The bitter truth about why we suck at moving on
They say that when you’re trying to get over someone it takes half of the time that you were together to fully move on. So if you were together for a year, you have six months of living hell ahead of you. Four years, two years ahead of you. A month, two weeks. And so… Continue reading The amount of time it takes to get over someone. Or maybe not.