If you think you have what it takes, then come at me. I'll enjoy this.
Art Institite of Phoenix
Joined on 9/9/06
Been there several times. The trick is not to think about it. Just ignore the feeling and focus on being productive.
Ahh to make the mind to halt its processes. That would be a bit of comfort. One I'd welcome. But then I realize that I do care very deeply for her and thinking of her and playing that broken record in my head that is the epitome of insanity seems to make me happy for a fleeting moment.
Unrequited love is the worst, but just find a new bitch or two to be interested in and it will pass rather quickly.
As cliche, as it sounds, its not that simple. I've tried, and All I can think of is her. She's the only one I care about. I had a shot with her years ago, but it had complications, and we decided to let i go back then. I have regretted that decision ever since. Its the only thing in my entire life I actually regret.
I don't want to be with anyone else, I want to be with her.
But I have recently played my hand, and I'm going to give it all a shot. And perhaps, just perhaps, this impossible dream from my fractured mind and heart might have a chance.
Look, monkey, I know that feeling. Constantly thinking about her and what went wrong, what could have been, every possibility in the future, etc. It is very difficult to get it out of your head, but try. Not entirely, but all that extra stuff. Over-thinking and all that. Every time you screw something up and you realise you worked yourself up too much. What's the history between you two and what do you want from it?
Yeah, your right. I have let it haunt me for much longer than I should have.
trying to focus on other things would probably help, but it really isn't easy to do. But we'll see hat the future holds on that one.
I don't really understand why you are posting such(awesome foody) here. no offense
Meh, had nothing better to do.