I failed.

When I was 16, I fell in love with a girl. For almost 2 years, I kept on telling myself that she also loved me, inspite of a lot of evidence to the contrary. Then I told her how much I loved her, wanted her and needed her. She broke my heart, saying she was in love with someone else. Now, I feel like a failure. I am not able to concentrate on anything. I am falling behind in my studies. I don't know what to do. Even now, if 3-4 days pass without me talking to her, I get depressed. Intellectually, I have accepted that she will not be a part of my life. However I am not able to emotionally accept it

Aug 24, 2014

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  • Do you think your the only guy in the world who has had there heart broken ? When you give your heart to someone your trusting them , but the thing is people change and yes love dose die or fade away , and when that
    happens it it just means that he or she was not mean for you and it's time to move on and meet someone else . Just as the season change so dose people and one day you might break a girls heart because your feeling might change that is part of life and you have to just cherish the time you were with them . If you hold anger or fear then you will lose what life gives you .
    Let go of your hurt and realize this is a season .

  • Actually this was unrequited love. Not her fault at all. I just gave her something she clearly did not want or need. All my fault. She was clear from the beginning that she did not love me. But I am not able to let even a single day pass without thinking of her. Sometimes I talk to music players, doors or pillows imagining that she's there. Those are usually the times when I break down.I am trying to stop thinking of her, but I'm not able to.

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