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  1. He hadn’t said anything wrong. How do you tell someone that they had never said anything right in the first place? How do you explain that after three years? And how do you erase the memory of your own wrong choices?

    That someone you’ve never met could put down in words exactly what you’re thinking – that’s good writing.

    Thanks for sharing this.

    1. @Radha: And thank you very much! I hope you’ll drop in again and also comment. I’m really looking for honest feedback.

      @Lemony: Thengyu! Do come by again and drop a comment or two!

  2. This is my first visit to your blog and the first post I read. Really well written! Crisp, concise and articulate. I am hooked 🙂

  3. Hola! Got here through E Vestigio and just wanted to say hello. Always good to stop and read bloggers from Mumbai, especially the prolific kind 🙂

    1. @le: And yet, no less painful, all things considered, in the long run. Our relationships, no matter how they turn out have a long-reaching impact on the people we then become. Thank you for commenting.

      @anand: And maybe she wasn’t strong enough for that honesty. But some would say it took strength to make a decision instead of struggling along for the rest of both their lives. Such is the complex nature of a relationship with two people’s motivations, perspectives and conflicting desires.

      @Parth: 😀 I paid you a return visit and left a comment! Thank you for introducing yourself. E Vestigio is a very dear pal and I’d love to know her other friends.

  4. //How do you tell someone that they had never said anything right in the first place? How do you explain that after three years? And how do you erase the memory of your own wrong choices?
    //You don’t. You just stop and turn away.

    Well to begin with:
    1. it is cowardly
    2. Unfair to the guy in the long run.. i mean yeah it will hurt him a lot, but explaining it will help him better in the long run..power of honest feedback…never underestimate that…