There are people who leave your life or you leave theirs… for many reasons. But there are so many things left unsaid. There is so much to say, but you realize that there is no point to talk to them because you can’t bring back the past… In fact, you can’t fix the past.
Talking will just make things worse, and you’re left with nothing but anger and disappointment.
However, thoughts keep bothering you. You keep wondering what if? You might think you’ve moved on, but you just can’t help but think about what happened. You might think you have forgiven those people, but you can’t seem to forget. So, how exactly do you let go? How do you keep going without looking back?
I am starting this series as a kind of closure from those failed relationships (all kinds) or reflecting on my current relationships because there are certain acts that people do that I do not understand. I also want to know if doing this actually helps me move on, helps me understand people, or if I feel better. This is not for them, but for me. You can call this an experiment. It’s not meant to be negative or to blame them. Perhaps, when I share my thoughts, you can relate to them or it makes you aware of something you’ve been dealing with, but don’t quite understand. The reason for this podcast anyway is to make people feel like they’re not alone.
As I plan this out, I did my research and found out that there is already an author, Sara Sheehan, who wrote a book called Dear Anonymous which is a collection of stories of people. I haven’t read it, but instead of changing the title of my project and changing my idea, I would like to give her a shoutout if you’re interested, go ahead and check out her book.
This also reminds me of the « To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before » Trilogy by Jenny Han, but in those books, the character writes to her past crushes. I don’t know if I’ll be doing that, but I think it would be interesting.
With that, I hope you support me in my podcasting journey and that it somewhat helps you in any way, shape, or form.
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