breakups

When it comes to breakups, pain is inevitable, but Humans thinks that suffering is optional.

  • Gigi M
    Published a day ago
    Perfect

    Perfect

    Can I ever be enough?
  • Yvonne Castaneda
    Published 4 days ago
    What Did I Do Wrong?

    What Did I Do Wrong?

    “You are so selfish, so inconsiderate!”
  • C.A. Santiago
    Published 6 days ago
    The Explanation that You Wanted but Will Never Get

    The Explanation that You Wanted but Will Never Get

    Ideally, you were quite perfect for me. You’re a very kind person, honest, caring, smart, talented and honestly, intimidatingly good at everything. You made me feel very safe and comfortable very quickly. You made me laugh and always remembered to say things that would light up my mood all the time when we were still together. Until out of nowhere, I told you we were finished.
  • Babygirl T
    Published 10 days ago
    I Hope One Day We Can Meet Again
  • Anita Powell
    Published 15 days ago
    The Art of Cheating

    The Art of Cheating

    

Cheating, similar to a painting, needs all of the pieces to come together to create the perfect picture. There are three people involved in cheating: the cheater, the person being cheated on, and last but not least, the person being cheated with. That basically sums up the triangle of cheating. I would guess that most of us have been in one part of the triangle or another at some point. The person being cheated on and the person being cheated with are just like an isosceles triangle in that they are equal in the hurt that can come from a cheater. 
  • MarisaKaye
    Published 22 days ago
    Surviving Toxic Relationships

    Surviving Toxic Relationships

    How can one person that you put on this pedestal just let you down? How could one person that you “loved” so much end up hurting you so badly? Manipulative relationships could be the hardest thing to get over, but I don’t regret mine at all. He is the one person that I am so happy I met, but I never want him in my life again. He taught me everything about relationships. He was my first real boyfriend. The first real person to truly show an interest in me, and I held onto that because I thought that I would never find someone else that is romantically interested in me. However, I slowly started to learn (with the help of an amazing therapist and support system) that I do I deserve better than some boy yelling at me, calling me a bitch, and giving me the silent treatment.
  • Laurie-Line Gauthier
    Published 23 days ago
    Tonight, You Had Me

    Tonight, You Had Me

    I often wonder what it would be like if I stayed by your side, if we never broke up. My apartment felt empty the minute you left, and I stuffed your portion of the bed with silence and alcohol.
  • Sierra Lynn
    Published 24 days ago
    To the Best Friend I Thought Would Never Hurt Me: Thanks for Breaking My Heart

    To the Best Friend I Thought Would Never Hurt Me: Thanks for Breaking My Heart

    I confided in you, told you all my fears, my dreams, everything. You let me believe that opening up was going to be okay, that opening up to you was going to be a good thing.
  • Mac 78321
    Published 24 days ago
    Does Having Disabilities Affect Your Relationship?

    Does Having Disabilities Affect Your Relationship?

    Here's my story of one relationship I was in. I thought I found the right woman, but it didn't turn out too well.
  • Chathumini Sam
    Published 25 days ago
    Blank Space

    Blank Space

    As I sit here, in our old coffee shop, a flood of emotions have emerged.
  • C.A. Santiago
    Published 26 days ago
    All or Nothing Kind

    All or Nothing Kind

    Sometimes, we meet people who sparked and shined brighter than anyone else. For the lucky ones, they stay and end up together. For the unlucky ones, like you and me, it is fleeting. Perfect for a moment and gone the next.
  • ali rae
    Published 27 days ago
    Falling out of Love and Why It Hurts More Than Getting Your Heart Broken

    Falling out of Love and Why It Hurts More Than Getting Your Heart Broken

    All the movies and books and songs talk about falling in love. It is all romanticized... hyper-romanticized. But what about falling out of love? Why don't more people talk about that?