This is the question I find myself asking a lot lately. Whether it’s a friendship no matter how long or short or a guy/girl you’re talking to. How much do you put up with? How long do you put up with it? I guess it’s not an easy answer. It depends on the individual and the situation. Nothing is ever black or white. It’s not even shades of grey. It’s reds, blues, or greens thrown in there too. What do you say to the person who doesn’t want to talk to you? Do you just let a relationship just go out like a candle or do you try? What does is say about you if you do nothing? Are you giving up or are you moving on? Like love and hate the line could be considered pretty thin. Why try to hold on to something that wants to be set free. Mariah Carey sang “wild horses run unbridled or their spirit dies”. When you’re younger you listen to music but sometimes you don’t really understand what’s being said until you live a little more and you come to certain crossroads in your own life that it clicks. No one wants to be known as the person who clipped someone else’s wings. Stood in the way of their dreams. So you let them go even when it hurts to breathe and the mention of their name still manages to bring you to your knees.
So you delete the number out of your phone to keep yourself from sending stupid messages or calling because you’ve had one too many drinks but it still doesn’t fill the hole in your heart. Everything else pales in comparison next to them and everything else seems second best. You can’t be around certain things because it reminds you of the pain. I know what you’re saying, “There are more important things in the world to worry about” but no one knows your struggles but you. Heartbreak can incapacitate just as easily as any physical ailment. The heart and mind can lead the body to places we didn’t think we can go. People can sometimes keep going when their bodies want to stop but not so much when your mind and heart are wanting to quit.
8 thoughts on “How to know when it’s time to let go?”
It’s one no one really knows a good answer for.
I’ve been there, in fact I’m there now. Do I ignore or chase? I don’t want to do either of these things. Asking a person about their feelings can sometimes bring on hostility. Perhaps, they aren’t ready to commit. Perhaps, they are confused. Opening a dialog with a person in a non confrontational way may get you the answers you need. ~ Dennis
Nothing to talk about actions speak louder than words. Ppl can say one thing but what they do says another.
I could not resist commenting. Very well written!
thank you. Sorry reply took so long it was in the spam box and I just got around to checking it.
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Thanks for the comment. Suggest away. I usually have a lot to say but don’t write as often as I would like. I will definitely be writing more on this subject though.