I Miss Our Conversations
My goodness, I miss the texts and the songs we shared. But most of all, I miss the memories. Forgetting the memories is the hardest part to relive. I miss our conversations.
In the beginning, I miss how we used to talk every minute of every day and how I was able to tell you everything that was on my mind. I miss our conversations. How do I forget someone I love?
Now your relationship is over. That friendship is done. There’s nothing you can do to revive it and all you can do is relive the conversations you both had. It’s hard but believe me, you can do it. You’ll move on.
So ladies what can you do about it? Even Jordan Lee understands the pain of a breakup and shares her story.
How to move on from past conversations
Moving on isn’t easy but it’s possible. It honestly takes time and an absolute commitment to moving on. Reliving the memories makes things worse. Listening to songs you’ve both listened to or watch movies that remind you of that person doesn’t help.
I know in the tough times I would reread old text messages, or look at old photos. I learned that reliving the past memories that way hurt me more.
How do you forget someone you loved?
Block them. Any app this person was on, any text message or any photo must instantly be deleted. Erase the old voicemails. Make a new playlist on your music app. Delete the old photos, get rid of anything that reminds you of that person.
For some of us, this step is easy. We can do this exactly when the break up happens. As soon as your friendship is over you can head straight to your Instagram and block your ex-best friend.
For others, this may take weeks or months to do. The longer you hold onto the past relationship the longer it’ll take you to move on.
Make new conversations and memories
After you delete the messages on your phone it’s time to make new ones. It’s time to hang out with friends. Use the Meetup app and meet up with different people with similar likes as you. Meet new people or hang out with old ones.
One way to move on from past memories is to make new ones. This is easier said than done because it’ll take all your effort to get off from your couch and put on some heels for a night out in town. This is why we need friends.
Ask your friends to help you. Have them force you to go out! Try new restaurants, view new plays. Even if you don’t want to go alone please do so! Go to the movies alone or a concert! This season of your life is all about you. It’s about becoming you again.
It’s your time to go from “I miss our conversations” to, “I love these new conversations”. You’ll love the new you. The better you. Whatever the reason why your friendship ended, or your relationship broke up it happened. And it’s your right t be happy even though your relationship ended. Check out more stories like this one below.
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Yessenia Diaz has a background in graphic and web design but is also intrigued by writing and teaching. Yessenia created Tru.Works as an outlet for all her talents and continues collecting stories from around the world to share with people all across the interweb. Follow Yessenia on Instagram and her favorite, Twitter, @ythegreatdiaz.