Love can be so depressing at times, don’t you think? As much as we hate love for those beautiful memories, it’s not love that’s making life miserable for us. Almost always, the chances are slim and almost nonexistent.If you’re still in love with an ex, it’s only because you still choose to hold on to that flight of fancy because as much as it hurts you, it still makes you happy deep inside. Try to look at your broken relationship through your ex’s eyes.But what about getting over an ex with whom you shared true love? And soon, that moment lingers and stretches into a daydream.And my blissfully painful reverie brings with it all the pain and misery I had locked within my heart, in a corner so deep I can’t even find it so I can throw it away.It is an opportunity for us to reflect on the language and ideas that represented each year.So, take a stroll down memory lane to remember all of our past Word of the Year selections.
] Have you ever felt like writing to your ex, a long letter that’s filled with the pain, confusion and the feelings you have bottled up within?What could I get out of writing a letter expressing my feelings? If your ex has truly moved on and has shown no signs of wanting to get back with you, there’s nothing you can ever do about it.[Read: Signs your ex is thinking about you too] The memories of those old, happy moments Daydreaming or stargazing with thoughts of your ex is a bitterly beautiful experience.Exes are the reason that make love so meaningful and yet, so painful.Exes help you realize just how memorable love is, and just how much it can hurt when love starts to go bad.
I do too, but as much as my fingers itch to write a heartfelt note, I know that its better I don’t.