The 3-Month Rule. It says that after the break up both of you
should wait for 3 months before entering a relationship again. It's
a protocol. It isn't really mandated but if you respect your partner
enough, you'll obey this rule. And that maybe during those 3 months
you'll both realize whether you should come back to each other or
just let go.
91st day after the break up — 5 640 hours, 327 600 minutes, 19 565 000 seconds.Tell me, how do you want me to count how long the person I love was gone? This is the day when I should set her free, the day I have to let go. Also the day to accept that it’s over — that no matter how I badly want it to last, it’s now gone.From this day forward I lose all my right to her. I can no longer tell her what she must do, I can’t ask about her life anymore, I should not show as much love that I have for her before. Because basically, things are different now. She’s not mine anymore.
I can't hold her hand anymore whenever I want to. I can't kiss her anywhere. I can't hug her when we meet. I can't say that I love her more often, I should not do that because from now on, she got her life back to herself and to whoever she would fall in love with. I'm not the best person to protect her because i'm no longer his man. But I will still care for her and would always love her. Because I still believe that being in love with her is one of the best things that ever happened to my life.
This ugly heart I have will always long for her. Because feelings will stay forever. And if she’s happy with someone else now, I should be happy too. I want her to be genuinely happy. Maybe our “forever” is not bound to exist in this lifetime. And even if this is how things end up, she’ll always be my “the one who got away.”
Posted: 6th OF July 2013 | 12:49 PM
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