I guess after a while of ignoring, we get tired of being angry and instead we feel sad. We get reminded once in a while why we're not talking in the first place but there comes a point where there's no more anger, just disappointment.
True…(men also can develop deep insecurities after being in emotional, psychological, and / or physically abusive relationship w/ women.) ~ All so true! I believe women have been subjected to it longer and men have kept it quiet for who knows how long~
If there's just one piece of advice i can give you, it's this - when there's something you really want, fight for it, don't give up no matter how hopeless it seems.I think I'm gonna keep fighting even though I know it's not gonna happen
I grew up feeling this way. Still feel this way many days, but my depression cannot keep me down. I fight every. I wish for things to be easy, to be strong, and sometimes it's impossible. Sometimes I just can't.
Letting go isn't blocking memories or thinking sad thoughts and doesn't leave emptiness, hurt or sadness. Letting go isn't about loss and it's not defeat. To let go is to cherish memories, and overcome and move on.
Right now talking is one sided. Like the little prince said, "both must have need of each other." A simple talk can save millions of relationships in this world. Only if both sides will be open to make things right.