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Well, today marks the one year anniversary of my breakup. Actually, it was a breakup followed by almost 6 months of pretending to move on all the while trying to stay friends and hoping beyond hope to get her back. After all, she did say there was hope for us to get back together in the future eyes

 

So, what have I learned? Well, today is Independence Day. I feel a lot like Will Smith's character in the movie by the same name; trying to evade the memories of my ex and shoot down the pain so I can open the canopy on heartbreak and profess outloud "Welcome to earth!"

 

Yes, in a sense I feel liberated. Thank God I am not with her anymore!! Yet, Damnit, i am not with her anymore!!! It's hard, but what can we do. We have to keep going and try out darnest not to look back.

 

I'm trying to maintain the faith that everything happens for a reason and that God has a plan for me. I've said from the beginning that this breakup would benefit me the most and was a blessing in disguise, but it has been hard to maintain that belief through these months.

 

But, its time to stop dwelling and maintain the faith that a brighter future is in store for me. I believe we make our own happiness and we can each be where we want to be in life as long as we resolve in our hearts how we want to get there.

 

So, Happy Independence Day to everyone out there who in the past, now and in the future celebrate days, weeks, months and years of being liberated from those who God saw as unfit and unworthy of being in our lives. Today is a day of celebration!!!

 

 

Orlander

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I'm trying to maintain the faith that everything happens for a reason and that God has a plan for me. I've said from the beginning that this breakup would benefit me the most and was a blessing in disguise, but it has been hard to maintain that belief through these months.

 

Orlander, from what I just read above, and in your others posts...it HAS benefitted you the most.

 

And it is a blessing, because honestly, someone whom does not want us, is not right FOR us in the first place...even if it's hard to see it at the time!

 

I know that for me, I look back on my last breakup as a kick in the butt I needed, because he truly was not right for me, and I was NOT happy even though I convinced myself I was. I deserved better...and in time I found it.

 

It sounds like you are doing so well, and I for one an proud of you!

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