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So this is my situation. I met this person, and we were frie

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So this is my situation. I met this person, and we were friends for months. And without getting into the details much the friendship ended catastrophically. And I feel truly bad because how this person was hurt. I too was dreadfully hurt by the whole ordeal. We both felt completely misunderstood and misjudged I think. But while the relationship was short lived, and was seemingly insignificant in the grand scheme of things, I feel this relationship changed me for the better, forever. And I cannot describe how instrumental this person was in changing the trajectory of my entire life for the better. It is to the point I'm more prolific than I've been in years and my writing is just taking off into new dimensions and I'm seeing my future in new and amazing ways. So here's the annoying thing about it. This person will never know or understand how he meant the world to me, how important he was in changing my world forever, because we'll never speak again. How frustrating is that? I doubt I'll ever meet anyone who impacted me and my talents that much. So maybe someone could say, "well this could have happened to you even if you never met this person." And maybe they'd be right. But the entire back story behind how it was foretold to me we'd meet and what would happen, I know was a significant and spiritual event that has to be somehow maybe a form of miracle. Dunno how else to describe it as well as how I felt drawn to this person without realizing it was what was foretold to me years before. Has anyone else ever experienced such a relationship? If so, did it ever end?

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May 25

@Scat That’s actually a wonderful and very cathartic idea. I did the same thing a while back, but instead of keeping the letter, I made it into a paper boat and let it float down a river. I felt much better afterwards :) Something about seeing things on paper, maybe the physicality of it, is really cathartic.

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May 25

@Cubbilicious That's so beautiful how you did that. And thank you for sharing. It's the best one I've heard yet. I've heard of burning, burrying or setting it in a bottle out to sea. I like your paper sail boat.

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May 29

For awhile I was okay after writing my goodbye letter to him. But I ended up having to write another one last night just to get my feelings out and never sent either one. But why? Why can't I get past these feelings for this person, past my missing him, past needing him. I truly want to. I'm so grateful I have other friends I can call and text just to give to others thrive on a social level. Yet I still can't manage to get over or past thinking about this person. : ( Another thing happened was a joined this other support group to heal from broken relationships. And it made me feel worse because another guy on there went through a similar thing in his relationship I did and he was so sad. It really made me cry for him and for missing this guy again this morning. Other than that I liked that support group though it didn't have near as many posters as this one.

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