Finding the good in good-bye.

Sometimes, someone else can say exactly what has been heavy on our hearts. Thank you, Sammy J.

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Saying goodbye to someone or something we’ve been used to or imagined we would never be separated from, is one of the hardest thing to do. It’s not even the goodbye that hurts but the flashbacks that follow. The memories you made, the tears you shed, the laughter you shared, the time you created, the love you nurtured like it depended on your life…everything that once made it worthwhile has to be shut down cuz they are no longer there. I’m not talking about losing someone to death but I’m talking about the relationships, careers, dreams, etc. And when they gone, welcome the sweet melancholy. We almost feel empty and life’s being muted…nothing seems to be moving and we are kinda lost.

I’ve had such an experience when I had to fail my courses in school. Told you guys about it already and how it really broke me down to…

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