Wednesday, November 17, 2010


There are painful things when it comes to falling in love. Specially when you and your partner "just break up" status of relationship. Sometimes, if we already moved on from someone to the past and we think of those memories, it makes us feel the pain.

Here are some painful things:

• Trying to hide what you really feel.

This might be the hardest thing to do in your part but to make people happy for your moving on you have to show that you are okay but deep inside you are not.

• Reminiscing the good times.
That's the only thing that you can do. Good memories with your past lover may make you smile.

• Bringing back the feeling you've learned to forget.

When we think of it, "I got over him/her" and promised yourself to forget everything including the feelings for that person. So when you will try to bring back the feeling you have to reminisce the good times.

• Having a commitment with someone you know that would not last.
This is what you called gamble. When you will love someone you have to take a risk. Because you will never know what will happens next.

• Taking risk to fall in love "again"

Like what I've mentioned above, loving someone is a gamble. You know everything would not last except both of you decided to tie a knot.

• Right love at the wrong time.

Simple explanation with this is that two persons love each other but the problem is he have her and she have him. OUCH!

• Loving someone who loves another.
All I can say is: It's time to face the truth, he/she will never be with you. Don't let one-sided love invades you.

• Accepting that it was never meant to me.

Aawww... I hate this feeling. This is connected to what I've mention above.

• What Ifs.
All you can do is to have "day dreaming" about that person. Hoping for nothing? (someone like that) FML!

3 show their love comments:

ellenreviews said...

I hate those feelings. But we can't help but think of it. Guess, we are just only human. :D

Good day Kim! ♥

juicekodai said...

loving means taking risk.. waahhhhh

Anonymous said...

As my mother always said to me, "Love is a gamble" even a marriage of 20 years is still a gamble, you never know what the other is feeling and what could ultimately happen. Not trying to sound negative but the fact is we dont know what would happen, may not be him, could be you, falling out of love one day or vice versa.

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