You’re Moving On?


Just to answer a question someone asked me in an email. “What makes you an expert on love?” First of all, I’m no expert on love. I’m still trying to find love and in that process, I’ve been in and out of some relationships which have yielded priceless lessons. I pieced experiences together and share them with you, maybe I can help you. This is what I do.
Losing what you love is difficult because now you’re about to go through a period of pain if you really loved the person you were with. It doesn’t matter exactly how it ended. We all know that we feel pain, if we loved the other person. When Arielle and I decided to break up back in 2008, it devastated me. As a guy I thought I could deal with the pain of losing her, but it was horrible. I found myself thinking about her all the time, at the same time I’m indirectly blaming myself for not taking her seriously or maybe for not doing enough. Love does crazy things like that, so you may ask..why does anyone wish to fall in love? My question is…why would anyone want to attempt one shot at half court for a chance to win $1M? You may miss and come up short, but oh man if you make it. You may fall in love and get hurt, but what if its Mrs. Right? My safest advice to anyone who just got out of a relationship is…just do you! Meaning, fix you, build yourself, make friends, find new hobbies. The end of a relationship does not have to be the end of you. You’re still living and well capable of loving. Never hold back because its what you reap, that you’ll sow. Remember this…the game of love is a chance, a roll of a dice…keep playing and one day you’ll win.

2 thoughts on “You’re Moving On?

  1. I can totally relate to your words. It’s been a bit over three months since my girl broke up with me. I thought I’d be able to cope, but I just can’t stop thinking about her. I’m still in the process of learning to deal with the pain and the constant restlessness.
    I’m trying my best to start afresh and fix my life. This is not really easy, but I try my best everyday. Doing stuff that keeps me occupied most of the time really helps. Among other things, I started blogging. I’m just hoping that things get better with time.
    It felt nice reading your post. Keep up the good work.

    1. You know sometimes we try to tell ourselves that it’s wrong to think about our exes. I don’t agree with that at all. Intact it all comes down to acceptance. Once you accept that in could possibly be over, thinking about her won’t make you said. It will make you happy that you shared those moments together. Occupy yourself, blogging is a great idea. Overall acceptance is the key, you can’t do anything else until you’ve accepted. I hope this helps, thanks for the compliment. God Bless.

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