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  1. Holding your nerve through that pain requires a lot of courage. But what breaks you down is this question: what if my wish for not having that courage could come true. the remedy to the questions not getting solved, itself comes as a question. one more to deal with now.

    Brewster’s Angle’s last blog post..Two years after.

  2. @ shadyrocker: I am indeed acquainted with the legendary SilkSmitha, since I come from the same state as her. 😉 And I was glad to read this comment. Hope the guitar and you (and her) are making music…all the very best!

  3. @Ideasmith…silksmitha?? ROFL do you even know who she was? Anyways… when I read your article it was the time when I just called it quits. I was determined to get out of it. But then last sunday she walked back to me…gifted me something which I’ve desired since long – beautiful guitar. I seriously dont have a clue what to do…what I thought was break up might have been..lovers tiff…silly one though…But who knows…Before this tiff she told me that she’s gonna be as a friend for me. Now lets see what its gonna be like..I’m gonna give it some time…may be yet another chance…rest I am determined to come out of it…lots of things to do…I need to learn guitar to begin with…learning music and exploring it is totally awesome…I used to play keyboard (amateurish). So very keen with guitar. Wish me luck…for both!

  4. @ cj: Err..idea smitha? I’m fine, thank you very much but ‘idea smitha’? Reminds me of Silksmita…

    @ devesh: Yes, that’s true. Rome wasn’t built in a day and you don’t recover from losing a cherished relationship in a snap.

    @ shadyrocker: And all the very best to you. You sound like you’re determined to come out of it and that’s the best thing about it.

    @ Dreamcatcher: I want to hide under the table!

    @ Pensive Lawyer: Yes, you should. If for nothing else, but to remember that we inhabit the same planet. Friends talk, sometimes you know? 😉

    @ Ashish: Oh well, no one said life would be easy; no one said love was a bed of roses. Welcome to reality.

    @ Ravi: I hope you’ve recovered.

    @ chennairamblings: Peace be with you.

    @ greekalphabet: Aurrggghh….

  5. This is beautiful and definitely helpful for some of us now. 😀
    Especially love the part about “You hurt today because of how much you’ve loved, how much of yourself you’ve given and how much it is tearing you to let it go”
    So true.

  6. Breakup is where one learns the lesson after the test.The ‘only’ better part is, due to the void created in life,you get all the free time in the world to do all the things in you always wanted to! But every time you get happy by doing so, you DO want to share that happiness with the ‘same person’. And now, to forget that person/memories you try to do more of such things! ‘Vicious Circle of Break up’ !! Great post, always a feeling of relief to read!

  7. Am sure each person who has loved will celebrate…..for some idiot once said that “it is better to have loved and lost rather than not have loved at all…..”.

    On a more serious note, loved the post and thought i should tell you. Being the victim of a hit and run, it is eerily true!

  8. Breaking up is also like destination reached or the ultimated goal achieved of companionship. Every thing has both-positive and negative effect. Its up on the individual which side they wish to explore. Its about accepting victory of sincere efforts of loving than looking down to defeat. That *is* when one needs rediscover himself/herself. I’m passing through the same phase. Yeh I am sad and down for few moments but there is a strong feeling inside me which raises me up..
    “Every time I fall, I rise!!!”…So with high hopes I march ahead in life. Thanks for this wonderful post.

  9. it takes a mammoth of an effort to recover from a downward spiral… i believe it’s all about baby steps… a symmetry which you can probably draw in likes of recovering from depression!