The statement “ absence makes the heart grow fonder” is true. At a certain point in all our lives, we have entered into a relationship that is almost like a fairy-tale, like a romantic movie, like a story made in heaven. But somewhere along the way of the relationship, our endurance was tested, and without us knowing it, we have to be apart from that person whom we have learned fully how to love. Maybe we stayed far too long and so he expected that you are not coming back anymore, and therefore he put away the remembrances and because of the thought, he “ deleted your email, phone number and all other things that remind him of you. ” (Colwell, 2007).
And then as things within you and around you gets better, you try to reconnect with the person who was the most affected during your absence and you never had any success in it because the person you left while you two were still very much in love happened to fall out of love because of the time and the distance that separated you and him.
And what is most painful of all is that the place in his heart that you once occupied is now occupied by another. The things that were when you left for a while have changed a lot. Nothing is more painful and lonely than a love that was lost because of an unexpected twist of events. The effects might be traumatic, and for some, this takes a lifetime of healing. “ In the midst of it all, the things that you hold on to are only the memories of the love you once had, the girl/boy you once loved and the thought that it might never happen again. ” (Colwell, 2007).
Whoever he was, you will reminisce on how it used to be, and also think about what would have been and what could have been. We have to be real honest with ourselves for us not to feel any kind of regret in loving a person. In love, one has to be very sure that that person loves her just as much and his understanding of love is in the same degree.
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