Remember the first time you got your heart broken? It hurts like hell right? It’s funny how someone who meant the world to you and promised you the whole world is now
a stranger. So there you are, alone and afraid to fall in love because you don’t want to feel broken again. It’s funny how the person you once loved is now the reason for your hatred.
It’s true that you can never force someone to love you regardless if you are still committed. Everything is borrowed and temporary. Once they fall out of love, it would be so hard to get them to love you back again.
Having said that, though we don’t own their hearts, I believe that we are all entitled for respect and we are all entitled for an honest goodbye.
But what if we’re left hanging not knowing that we are waiting for nothing because no one’s coming back?
How hard is it to be honest and tell you that they don’t love you anymore and they just want to be free? No matter how painful the words are, we all deserve an explanation.
What adds an insult to your injury is knowing that they were the one who stabbed you and then they act like they are the one who’s bleeding.
So there you are, feeling used, dumped and insecure asking what is wrong with you.
The truth is, nothing is wrong with you. You just chose the wrong person. You just chose not to follow your intuition when you first met them and found their boo-boos. You ignored those things because you were blinded by your infatuation.
There’s nothing wrong with you. There is something wrong with the people you choose to be with.
What I have learned in my 26 years of existence is that you don’t have to welcome all the people that you meet in your life. You have to choose wisely and follow your instincts. Avoid people who mess with your head. Avoid people who keep on doing the things that upset you. Avoid people who want you to prioritize them but refuses to prioritize you.
You might have been left out, but I call it destiny when you grow from a place where someone left you in.