I’m in such a mess. A mess which is not letting me to become happy or get rid of my anger.
Here is my story.
I fell in love with a girl, 2 years ago! She was in my school back then. Her smile is the cutest thing on the earth 🙂
After 2 months of struggle, she said that she too love me. I was like wow. And it was the last day of that academic year. She said she love me on the last day and on that very damn day, something bad happened.
Me and my friends had to face a local fight which screwed our lives. The other gang from the town near the school wanted to make sure we didn’t rocked the place and they came at that evening and beat us down with baseball bats and all.
We didn’t filed a Case, since we had faults on our side too. Our parents later decided to shift me and my friend to another school, on the other side of the state. We had to keep away from those Weed Eaters.
In the first 2 months, it was hard to forget about her. Remember, I talked to her FOR ONLY ONE DAY as a lover and I didn’t had a chance to talk to her again.
In time, I forgot about her ( Bullshit me, right? )
It’s been 2 damn years. And now, the feelings are hitting me. I want her back. She is everywhere in my mind now.
We are 45kms away. We haven’t spoken for 2 years. She might have forgotten about me. She may be hating me now.
But, I do want her back. What should I do guys? Please help me.
Thanks a lot in advance.
I’m sorry to hear about all the troubles in your life. I hope you have been able to turn things around and that you are in a better place now.
I guess Amal you will never know unless you contact her. I presume that you must have someway to get in touch, Facebook or whatever? So what is stopping you from saying ‘Hello’.
I think it is important to remember two things. Firstly that you are all very very young and at your age people grow and change very rapidly.
I also think it is important not to romanticise the past.. Many times I have seen people form an idealised vision of someone they are out of contact with, because in fantasy they can become everything that person wants or needs.
So if you do contact her try to keep your expectations realistic.
I’m not sure there is any thing you can do or say that will help – other then being your authentic self. Be honest and open with her.
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