All posts tagged: heartbreak

Breakin’ Up Is Easy To Do

There are a lot of bad relationships that currently exist. There are some that aren’t “bad,” but they have no desire to remain in the relationship. Easy solution, right? Just break up. Most will agree that it is easier said than done. Here are a few tips that may help you get through it.

Walk With Me.

Originally posted on Michelle Leigh Writes:
“I know I messed up,” he says sheepishly. “I’m sure it won’t be the last time,” she says arms folded over her heart. “Why do I keep doing this? I don’t mean to hurt you,” he says frustrated. “Maybe because none of us are perfect. We just float around and try our best, and hope to God we get it right,” she says as she avoids eye contact, she kicks her feet in the sand. “And if we don’t?” he says nervously. “If we don’t, we hope that the person we hurt, can forgive us.” she says with a faint smile, looking up at him. Clouds move. Dreams shift from hearts to hands. Sun shines bright, as the day nears its end. Bare feet walk through miles of sand. Waves pouring in the ocean, for eternity. And in the whisper of the wind they stand. On a beach somewhere. Anywhere. Everywhere. It doesn’t really matter. Heartbreak can happen wherever you land. “But I love you,” he says meaning it with all his might. “That doesn’t mean…

“Never Let Me Go” by Kazuo Ishiguro

Originally posted on Vogue & Dreams:
If you read Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro and didn’t cry, you don’t have a soul. I have read this book four times. And each time, I sob. I’m not talking a few tears. I’m talking about big walloping sobs where your body shakes and your chest hurts from the crying. Yeah, this book is that kind of intense. Published in 2005, this dystopian science fiction about three friends who grow up together in England in the late 20th Century. Kathy, Ruth and Tommy attend an exclusive boarding school called Hailsham that has an unusual emphasis on encouraging physical fitness and artistic expression. It is gradually revealed to the reader that the students of Hailsham are actually clones being raised to donate their organs. After completing their schooling, the three friends are sent to live in communal housing with other clones before entering the final stage of their lives when they will become “carers” for other clones who are beginning the process of donating their organs, and then…