Life is hard, huh?
One day you meet this person and start a conversation with them. Then, you fall in love with him/her, you both have a relationship together and then he/she dump you. Well, you both start to move on with your lives and then here comes again the feeling of love and you notice your ex-mate was in the same boat so you both get back together and after a couple of months, you break up again. THEN you put on your head that you'll never ever talk to him/her again and you'll move on with your life untill you forget them, but the feeling is strong and you run after them. But now, they don't want to get back together, they just like to enjoy a night with you, no feelings, no regrets, just for fun, but you're not at the same place and you start to act like an idiot, running after someone who's literally running AWAY from you, but now you can't take the feeling away because you're so involved and in love. You always will be hurt. So you cry and yell, try to distract yourself, hang out with friends, meet new people and you're finally moving on and getting over them. And he/she runs after you (when they don't hear notices about you) and you start to feel everything again. They call you for a flashback, you go and you both have a wonderful night together. He/she says things to you that make you believe "this time is gonna be different, this time we're gonna be together".
And then, they dump you again.
The point of view of a person who doesn't EVEN KNOW how is this feeling will be: "Come on, forget this stupid bastard, they're just using you, they don't love you, you're so jerk to believe in this, move on, get over it!!!!!"
And Captain Obvious attacks again.
Alright, so now the point is: So easy to tell people to move on, to forget and to be happy. What about saying something they DON'T know? Like, how to be happy? How to move on? How to forget something that was really important for you?
You know, i'm tired of cliché advices. SO TIRED OF IT!
People can see just the obvious things and that's how far they can get, y'know? And, holy snap, these are the people will hardly have some problem to solve for a long time, they just have a solution and bam! Problem solved. They don't even care about feelings or if the decision is the right one or not... In fact, i admit that i envy people like this, because everything is so easy. If your work bothers you, get off. If you lost a friend, life is like this. If a relationship doesn't work, break up and move on. So easy!
So why some people just need to think about eveything everytime? Why is my mind crowded of mixed thoughts and nothing comes out? And why can't i be relieved when i talk about my problems to people (the ones who care)? Everytime it seems to be more and more thoughts and feelings on my head. Ugh, i might explode soon.
Where's my prince to take me out of this tower before i jump of the 7th floor?
I needed to put it outside. I'm sorry.