When relationships feel like drowning at the bottom of the sea

It happens. It happens every day. People grow apart. Friends walk hand in hand until they find that their parts no longer intertwine.

Lovers kiss to notice that this kiss that once meant weak knees and beating hearts no longer tastes of sweet love but of bitter goodbye.

You once poured your heart out to the boy who was your best friend but when you see him again, it’s like the silence swallows you whole and you can’t think of one word to say.

So you stare and stare and try to figure out what happened to create this chasm, this black abyss that opened up between you. And most of the time it’s not an argument that tore you apart but life itself. It’s you and it’s them.
You changed. You grew up. You made decisions. You moved on.

Things that used to mean the world now mean nothing and people that used to make you feel like you could climb the highest mountain now make you feel like drowning at the bottom of the sea.

And that’s okay. Because people come and people go and it happens for a reason. Some friendships aren’t meant to last a lifetime, some people can’t be kept, some relationships aren’t worth holding on to.
So let go. If they don’t make you happy anymore, let them go.

Something borrowed from Nina J.

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