What Do You Feel After a Breakup?
Six months of my life I have spent with the woman I loved the most. Every single day during these days I thought about her, I imagined our future shared life. I was sure we would be together forever. I was having the best times of my life and it all was, thank her. She was my universe, my whole world, my dreams, and my fears. She was everything I ever dreamed of.
One day, without even thinking about it she invited me to her home, we broke up. I begged her and said I would change, I would be better, I would be the one she wanted. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to convince her to stay. I went home, crying all the way home thinking about our relationship.
I wanted her to come back with me, I want her again in my life. I felt a huge hole in my heart, a hole I believed only she could fill and heal. I was hurt and didn’t know what to do. I was afraid of what other people would say, my parents would say, how would I manage alone, without her, the love of my life. I desired that we would come back again, I wished my pain would be over.
The days without her passed so slow, I thought I would never be able to smile again, to love again, to move on. It took me a lot of time and pain to discover the way to fill my hole without her help and to become who I am today: a happy person!
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