I got in the shower, letting the hot water wash over me. Looking down I saw blood; it covered the floor. It looked as though it was clogging the drain, I closed my eyes trying to unclog it, but all I wanted to do is gag at the metallic, copper smell. I finally opened my eyes to dry and the water was clear. I turned the water off hesitantly watching the water drip from the tap.
The Documentation of Heartbreak
Step 1: Sadness I used my tears to paint watercolour pictures of together we made a house and now I'm homeless. I loved the way his hazel eyes looked at me.
My body jolted awake as the sound of the alarm clock rung throughout the room. She’s already awake. Sleep is the only time she leaves me alone, although I know she is always there watching, waiting for me to wake up. Sure enough, there she sat in an almost contorted position.
I could sit here and write you an article similar to How to Lose a Guy in Ten Days but I'm not I’m going to tell you about the time I found out my boyfriend had a new girlfriend through Facebook. Meeting him felt like a movie, the slow-motion walk and the firework-like connection. That's the feeling you get when you meet someone who is going to change your life, he was life changing, just maybe not in the way I expected. I don’t think I could ever hate him, I hate that he wasn’t sorry, I hate that I’ll never truly forget him and I hate that I'll never hate him. There are five stages of grief, the first is denial and isolation, the second is anger. The third stage is bargaining, the fourth stage is depression, and the fifth and final stage is acceptance. Personally, I think eating a shitload of chocolate and Chinese food can replace most of those stages.