Journal To Survival #1- Realization

Recent Song On Play: My Boo- Usher feat. Alicia Keys

The hardest part about losing something is this: Realizing that it is lost. Sometimes it takes a little more time to cope with loss. Acceptance. Realizing that life goes on. You begin to wonder what your life would be without them from that moment onwards. They have become so much of a part of you that when they left, you lost a part of you too. Especially if you've found so much comfort in them.

Just realize that it's over. Realize that you're not going to see them as often as you used to. Realize that everything will change. Realize that you're on your own. Realize that you need to get yourself back together.

It will take a while to heal. I'm not even going to lie and say that it will be a piece of cake, because it won't be a breeze. Somehow it makes you reckless. It begins to take a lot of your sleeping time. Your mind wanders to how it went wrong and you thought about what could have been.

Or there has always been signs all along, you were just too stupid or blind to see. Maybe as you would like to call it, too in love. Goodbye is an easy word to say from the lips, but a tough one to mean from the heart. Moving on is a long way to go, you need to accept the parting between you two first. This is where your heart needs to decide if you want to hold onto the memories or let go of the pain. When you know what you want, it won't be too hard to go on from there.

It's okay to break down into tears, you don't have to be the strong person all the time. Cry your heart out if you want to. It doesn't make everything okay again, but it does make you feel better. Don't bear it all inside, let it out. It's healthier that way. Imagine losing your favorite item in the whole world, something that is a part of your every day life. Must be pretty heart-breaking to know that it's not a part of your daily life anymore. It's even harder when you have to deal with losing your favorite person this whole time.

If you think it’s time to let go, then just let go. There’s no point in looking back to what you have already lost.

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