Hard to forget some one
Memories do us bad some times. I suppose everyone's had this experience before a few times.
No matter how much I tried, I can never forget a certain some one. I would be ok during the day when I'm actually distracted from my thoughts. But during the night, especially when I'm alone, I start thinking.
Thinking of every little thing, from laughs to arguments and back to being all happy. Every thing we had in common and we loved doing together.
For the curious mind, this was a good friend of mine. Her name's Emily, she's 23, so you can imagine we grew up watching shows like ducktales, chip and dale, doug etc.
and ahh, she's gone. Probably forever, wish her well. Where ever she may be now.
That doesn't sound fun, but it at least it is better than never having that friendship, huh?
ohh. that was so sad.. its very hard to loose someone specially when you two have many good memories during happy days
that was sad.. hang in there buddy:p
Awww..thats sooooooo sad *huggles*
maybe you should try remember all the happy time you had together and you could always try to find her.
try making a new friend, =\
tats part of life tat everyone has to go through.. mine is almost similar to ur case cant say completely same. after form5 all (3 of them) of my best frens went different colleges and some going overseas. cant describe how much i miss them and i use to think of all the good times we spent together for the past few years. all the laughter all the fun. no matter how much u miss tat someone u hav to move on mayb u might meet her again someday.
I was hoping to hear more similar stories.. but ahh, don't worry about me.
I'm just worried I haven't heard from her since, that's the only thing that troubles me. If she told me herself she was alright, than my mind could rest a bit easier.
Anyways, I have proven to be quite unfriendly by not making any friends in reality over the past four years. Unless you count the one's online.
It's not that I'm not nice, I'm beyond nice in my opinion.. I just don't have trust in people around. That and then I don't quite fit in well with most people.
Looking back at all my friends, everything right down to the very city we were born was the same. I never really had the chance to make different friends when I was limit to my own ethnic.
when I moved, I always sat alone, people would be nice to me... I always had nice conversations, but when it came down to it I was sitting alone again :closedeye
But anyways I had a good time, my old friends moved on and so I must do the same and wish them all well. Hopefully I'll see the gang some time again
It's these things that teach us how to become stronger. I have never understood how it is like to think about someone all the time, never had that problem but perhaps keeping yourself busy might help? Watch some movies or get into a couple of games or something; to keep your mind of it.
Maybe it's a life lesson to teach you something vital? There aren't many people in your life that will be there forever; it's probably best you learnt this now rather than later.
meow, that's sad. *cries* There must be some way you'll find the good of it.
If this person means so much to you then try to contact her, she may be thinking of you just as much as you are of her. Good friends are worth keeping in touch with, and its better to take action rather then torture yourself wondering how she's doing.
... Seriously, I'd like for you to get over yourself. NOW. She left. She's gone for good. "What's done is done" as Macbeth said so wisely.
Originally Posted by Karel
Yes. I have a story. My grandfather died last summer. But guess what, life moves on. I'm sorry that I'm not showing you sympathy, but thinking about her won't help your situation.
Step 1: Beat yourself black and blue if you start thinking about her.
Step 2: Make some new friends that are girls.
Step 3: Find one girl out of all the girls that shares the same interests as you.
Step 4: Go out on a date.
Step 5: You take it from there.
Now, please, do us all a favor and cheer up.
... God I am a b----. But when it comes to those who can't move on...Well, I get a tiny bit more than angry.
It's just as I said, I'm not depressed, so there's no worries. (perhaps I should have been more specific in my first post)
Originally Posted by Bucky Katt
I just wonder how others in the same situation feel.
oh and sorry about your grandfather
just another quote from a book but:
" We don't have to dwell on painful moments. We won't be able to forget them, even if we wanted to."
It's my favorite quote...
Hmm I miss people when they're gone but I always feel I miss someone when I am alone in the night but I am still young. Though all I search is someone to talk to. ^^ And when I think I found it I just am losing it more. =( Aah well sadness is normal in life.
I know excatly how you feel. I also grew up on those shows, but with my best friend Danny. We did EVERYTHING together.
He was kicked out of our school for fighting, and we lost touch. I spent a good amount fo time looking for him, only to find that the Danny I knew was gone. He had completly changed. It hurt so bad that the closest friend I ever had turned into everything I hated in a person.
Though Im glad I have the good memories with him. I just wish things ended up differently...
Nope not at all. Thank God for brain damage. I've forgotten a lot of people. But there are people despite brain damage I still remember. But I still thank God for Brain Damage reguardless.
We all miss people when they're not around. =/ And yes, that was sad.
I used to wander the US aimlessly for a few years and I have had my share of losses along the way. Many people I grew close to died, and others changed, we grew apart etc...
The worst one for me was my best friend,(quite possibly my first love) who I lost touch with when I was 18, and there isn't a day that goes by that I don't think of him. I understand what you are going through, it sucks. Maybe you should try to find her? Or write her a letter :) even if you know she won't get it. At least that's what I have done to cope.
There are alot of people I think about still that I haven't seen for years. Though I think of the ones that I had no closure with the most. I've tried to find ways to contact a few, but some are so difficult to track down, it does more harm than good to pour an effort into something that drains you more than it does to help.
I try not to get too hung up on it, though. Things always have a funny way of working out, so who is to say that I won't run into or hear from a few of those people somewhere down the line. And I've got a gut feeling that they all still think of me from time to time. Some more than others.
well thats what makes memories memories, they die hard, and take time to forget, but you should use that memory as your strength not a burden, and become stronger because of it
Same thing happened to me but ill never see him agian..... :(
One of those posts was more than just a little uncalled for. -_-;;
Anyways, I feel you, man. I've lost several friends due to either growing up, physical separation or animosity and 2 family members in death. The only way I can deal with it is to simply move on and try to forget about it. Or if not, I hope to at least become strong enough to a point where it doesn't hurt to remember
What Tsuna said, try not to get too hung up on these things. I hope the latter works for you.
I'm sorry to hear that, but I guess you still have a chance to contact her, why no try?
Anyway, I can sort of understand how you feel... *Warning: Really emo story starting now*
I had a group of friends that I grew up with. We were really close and I really loved them. In our last year however, after final examination time they just left me. Because of a fight? No, I was the bookworm of the group, I was the one who helped them study, and when I was of no use they said: Bye Bye!
But I'm ok now, I moved on and I have new and great friends. So, if you can't contact her, you can move on too.