It’s funny that I’m writing this, and you probably will laugh about it and say, “Oh, she isn’t over with him yet. It’s been a year, move on girl!” Actually I’m over with it. This will be just few realizations I had over the year.
Every people we come across and even who left a remarkable note in our life will always leave a life lesson — either you’ll keep it your entire life and learn from it. Relationships are tough, and I’m sure breakups will make you a stronger person. With every tear you shed and smile you had, it will always teach us a lesson.
I’ve been in a relationship before and after a year of the break up, here I am – much focused on work, family and myself. Other than that, that breakup taught me few life and love lessons and reason why I’m writing this post is to share them to you.
Continue reading ➞ Lessons I’ve Learned From My Past Relationship
It was heartbreaking
It was a borrowed love
And we knew we fought for it
Every hour and every mile
Every one knew he was one of a kind –
A pure heart
I had a lot of chance
To call him a friend
And to witness him laugh and smile
Even on parted ways
Even on separated lives
I wish nothing but a good life
And genuine happiness
Which I know he already has
In this final poem
I write you not regrets
But all joys and security
You have taught this heart to grow
But this little heart grows out of experiences
Yours is a lesson
That for sure I will never forget
“Long Distance Relationship (LDR) is an intimate relationship between two partners
who are geographically isolated from one another.”
— Long Distance Relationship on Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Long-distance_relationship)
In this present time, most relationships started over the internet. Whether you signed up for a “dating-site”, gave comment to a post and talked almost every day after that or you started as a close distance partners but the other one had to go abroad maybe for work, school or migration. These are some instances why long distance relationships happens.
Continue reading ➞ Fears of Someone in a LDR