What If?

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Is letting go of someone important to you really worth it?
What if s/he’s important to you, but you aren’t important to him/her?
What if s/he values you a lot,
yet his/her pride and ego stops him/her from telling you so?
What if you don’t let go,
but s/he had already done it?
What if you let go?
What if you don’t?
Is it going to worth it?

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5 thoughts on “What If?

  1. Relationships can be all about ifs, buts and whys, especially in their early days. It takes time to know someone really well, and even then things can change. As for letting go … if that someone doesn’t reciprocate your feelings, it’s likely that he/she never will, so why prolong the inevitable. Letting go is probably the wisest thing to do. But only you can decide to do that. 🙂

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  2. I have a rather radical opinion. I think there shouldn’t be any excuses like “(s)he is pride/has a big ego”, because at the end, you don’t feel appreciated, whatever the reasons are. And relationships like that are toxic so it’s better to let go of the person – however not without trying to show them that you’d like to have them in your life. Just when it turns out that they don’t react to your attempts to have them in your life, let go.

    There are so many people out there and even though it’s hard to let go (and might be a mistake sometimes), I think the right people will either stay or come across your path soon enough to fill the empty spaces.

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    1. Thank you for this, Monika! I am glad to read your opinion about this. And I agree with the last sentence you wrote. The right people will stay or they are just on their way. 🙂

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