The saddest thing in life is when you meet that special someone and you know it will never be, and that sooner or later you’ll have to let go.

I’m tired of caring.

I’m tired of loving someone who doesn’t love me back.  It’s like grading my fingers on a chalkboard.  It’s killing me.  It’s gotten to the point, where it’s not worth it anymore.

The one word texts.  The late night phone calls.  The quirky phone conversations.  None of it is worth it anymore.

It’s not worth putting your heart into someone who does nothing but shred it every single chance that they get.  There comes a point where you stop cutting yourself on the shards of glass of your broken friendship, and realize you’re worth way more than that.

That one day, someone will see all that you are worth.  They’ll see all of your flaws and love you still.

I don’t know when that will happen for me.  But I do know, that even if it takes me a lifetime to have my Mr. Right find me, a day with him, whoever he is, would be better than spending a lifetime holding out for you.

2 thoughts on “The saddest thing in life is when you meet that special someone and you know it will never be, and that sooner or later you’ll have to let go.

  1. If this is how it feels, it’s time to just let it go and STOP completely, no matter how hard it is. You WILL get past it, you WILL move on and the hurt lessens over time until you don’t even remember…..well, maybe occasional twinges that you just shake right off.
    These aren’t pretty words to make you feel better – they are a life experience. I spent a few years in an unhealthy, hurtful semi-relationship that continued the way you described above even though we weren’t together. It was…………an addiction. One that was VERY hard to quit, I might add. There is only one way to do it…….
    COLD TURKEY.

    You will love yourself for it later.

    Note: He has, several times, even YEARS later, tried to contact me. I have had to block any possibility of that at every front. IT HAS TO BE THAT WAY.

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