As much as we don’t like to move on from our past, we have to in order for us to start a new life with some changes at hand.
“Honestly, I’m not sure if I should just keep holding on or let go. It’s stupid to hold on to something that keeps hurting you, but it’s also stupid to let go of everything you’ve ever wanted.”
Moving on for me has been pretty rough. Just when I think I’ve moved on completely, I get a text message, see a photo of her, one of her posts… It’s pretty heartbreaking if you ask me. You know, letting go of two years worth of effort. It’s the moments of reminiscing past memories that’s stopping me from moving on. To maybe get another shot at love and do those things we used to do all over again like nothing happened. That’s what kept me holding on: the hope that someday we’ll be back together again.
I chose to move on because I saw that she wasn’t happy with me anymore and that without me, she can do better. No one holding her back from what she wants to do, no one bugging her about how her day went, no one giving her limitations to what’s right and what’s wrong.
Yeah, she was my first and I wanted her to be my last. To walk her down the aisle. But I guess life has other plans for the two of us. But don’t get me wrong; I did everything on my part to make our relationship last and to my end, I lost everything. I never regret the day I met her or the day I asked her to be my girlfriend. You can never regret something that once made you smile.