Do we only realize what we have until we are about to loose it? An almost coming to, of what and whom we really appreciate. That in any moment what or whom we love in our lives could be taken away. Why is that that's the only surefire way for us to appreciate what's around us? Many get annoyed and angry at society that the only way we can seem to be grateful for anything is in the face of tragedy. But, sometimes, every now and again, we need the shit scared out of us. So we can finally make a decision about that thing thats been on our minds. Something we seem to be so unsure of suddenly becomes clear. Maybe these minute moments aren't so bad after all.
When you break-up with someone it's done, you cut the cord. There are obviously ways to go back if both parties care to do so, but most of the time its over for good. Therefore the breaker has no say in what the break-e gets to do in their life anymore. Not that one person should be in control over the other when in a relationship in the first place, because everyone belongs to themselves. But, especially when you break up with someone. You ended it. Therefore you, no longer have any right in telling the other person what to do or even making them feel guilty for how they chose to fix what you broke. Your loss, end of story.
Do you have to love someone to want to be with them? Are these two feelings synonymous? The act of loving someone or falling in love is something so different from wanting to be in someone's presence. Falling in love or being in love is when you can't get them off your mind. When all you want is for them to be happy despite your opinions and thoughts; how at the end of the day all you want is there to be a smile upon their face. Whether or not you can bring that smile, it doesn't matter, that's all you want for them. Now that's when you love someone. But wanting to be in someones presence is more of the feeling you have when you're with them. The feeling of finally being you or the complete opposite, they bring out a side of you that you had no clue existed. Whatever it is, you're addicted to that feeling of them and there existence in your life. So, in the end, can you want someone's presence and not love them? Or is that just our minds trying to trick us into thinking we aren't actually falling in love?
Take pride in how far you have come and have faith in how far you can go