Hang ups

A lot of people still have hang ups for their ex, for the pseudo ex, for the person they used to love, and/or for the person who ruined their life. They’re clinging on to something that’s no longer there. They long to be with that person. They long to have a connection. They long to have that high feeling, but the closest thing they’ll ever get to feeling it is to lick their wounds after the so-called battlefield of love. It’s the past. It’s gone. They’re dwelling on to something that’s no longer there. All that’s left is a scar that cannot be erased.

I think some people choose to hold on to things. It doesn’t matter whether or not it’s imagined. Letting go of hang ups means feeling empty, which means they’re afraid of facing the possibility of being left with a void that’s so hard to fill in.

By saying all these, I realized that I have no hang ups. It’s because I can feel the void inside of me. But it doesn’t bother me much. It’s just whatever, toni.

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