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Leaving vs. Letting Go


 

You walk out the door and think that you have left the emotional attachment to the person behind. But, little do you know that your abrupt departure has created a sturdy cord of attachment to the other person. It is not obvious to you at first until you find yourself driving past their house blasting your stereo.

Then, calling them randomly but, not leaving a message. You tell yourself that you do not really want to talk to them. And perhaps you only want the other person to feel your presence...just in case they have any crazy notions about moving on without you.

You have left and now the grass does not seem so green. The world seems to have grown colder since you left. The old vices are not offering the same comforts as they once did. You feel foolish because you know that it is only a matter of time before they move on from the relationship.

You start to wonder how you can get back into their good graces. Material goods will not work. You begin to plot and plan a way to come back.You vow to do it the right way this time.

You want to explain to them that you may have left... but, you refuse to let go.




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