it is just a huge disappointment.
Chanced upon this article.
‘If he wanted to be with you, he would be with you.’
I don’t suppose I come from the same place the author did, but I do agree with that statement, somewhat painfully. And perhaps also struggling to believe it’s not a problem with me that I urgently need to fix. I have come across too many boys who say they want to be with me but aren’t willing to put any heart or effort or action into it. By ‘too many’, I mean it has become too much for my heart to take. I used to try and soften the blow a lot, but I am growing up and I just try to accept one of these two possibilities:
(1) I am not good enough; I wasn’t worth the fight
(2) the guy is, very bluntly put, an asshole.
Maybe I am somewhat lucky that more often than not, I have only come across assholes (conclusion after a lot of internal struggles and heartache) – no real missed opportunities or whatsoever. I mean if the dude is an asshole, thennnn I should count myself lucky for escaping them.
Even though they say it, they may not mean it at all. – and gosh, am I tired for having to deal with those words and empty promises of the moon and their ‘affection’..
‘If he wants to be with you, he would be with you.’
I say, ‘If he wants to be with you, he would fight for that chance.’ Anything outside that is just empty words that are so damn freaking cheap to give but cut deeply into the heart as disappointment and insult.
And when we get to that point, can words from the same person heal a broken heart?
In fact, what words, or.. is there even anything that can heal a broken heart?