Are you still feeling hungover from the last love? yeah me too….

We all know it’s for the best, it is what it was, but now what? For one, beĀ grateful for the friendship because it makes it easier, but any change is scary, especially when it will be without that significant other. It’s for the best, and we all know it, but it still hurts. It still hurts knowing that the person you were with for the last five years will not be there in your future, and you not in theirs. It still hurts thinking back on all the times that could’ve been, but has never been, and never will. You don’t ever want to think of your relationships as time wasted, because that wouldn’t be fair. You invested so much time and energy, I’m sure you learned something. And if you didn’t, why haven’t you?

You must’ve learned something, or you’re just going to keep having these types of relationships, and we don’t want that. Allow the hurt and pain to hit, it is okay to feel this way. I’d think something would be wrong if you’re not experiencing these withdrawals. It’s different. To be honest it’s a b*tch! You wake up sometimes feeling sick to your stomach. It’s not that you didn’t sleep good, it’s just that empty feeling, a reminder that you’re waking up alone, and no longer next to the person. This does not mean you necessarily miss them, but instead “it” the feeling of being next to someone. Speaking of empty, this is exactly how the mind becomes, empty and sorta shocked, like you can’t focus. You’re still processing everything, and it will take time, so don’t beat yourself up for feeling the feels.

Now don’t get me wrong, this can happen to any type of relationship, not just a romantic one. When you stop associating yourself with some people, you either begin feeling lighter or heavy, but in the process the change is what determines if you’ll be going back to them or not. Some of us don’t allow enough time for it to process, and you have to. Time is our friend, so take advantage.

And then what? Your appetite gets out of whack! Sometimes you feel like eating those emotions away, and other times you don’t feel like eating sh*t. Your mind, body, and spirit is shifting. Everything is slowly being filtered out. Just like a drug, or a drank (that’s slang for an alcohol beverage btw…) your body is detoxing the love you had for that person. And if you feel their pain, you may even experience these withdrawals twice as much. And that’s alright, it means you have a heart and that you’re growing up.

Awww that’s cute, now drink some water and detox that poison that was so-called love,

M0j0

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