Have you Ever?

have you ever had those moments when you want to lash out at someone you love but you know very well enough that its not gonna hurt the person because it is you writhing in pain?

and that the anger for that one person is like you drinking the poison expecting the other person to suffer but it ends up burning you?

have you ever wanted to say so many things to someone, because that someone never allowed you to say your own piece? Mentally, you say those would-have-been nice movie lines because you knew for sure that was how you felt and that you needed that person who caused it to hear that.

have you ever felt the frustration to hate someone you love but you know very well it is all a mind game because deep down inside you were happy and that at one moment in time… you were sure… you LOVED?

have you ever felt wanting to play the victim but deep down inside you knew for sure that you are a victim no more?

and because of that… you immerse yourself with all those Korean melodrama on TV and hide your pain….

have you ever wished that one day you would meet someone who is as handsome and charming as Yi Jeoung, with the surprising persistent sweetness with a rough edge of Jun Pyo, the courage of Woo Bin, and the loyal devotion and utmost care of Ji Hoo?

this is just my shadow saying its piece… i am beyond this… but i am letting shadow take over for just one moment. for just one moment.

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just got back from a summit in Baguio. what a nice experience! 😉

oh and i got PM’s prize!! wahoo. Thanks again!

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5 thoughts on “Have you Ever?

  1. Regardless of who we are, at the depth of all of us are the same longing- to love, to be loved, and to be happy. Looking for a true love is an adventure in trial and error and learning through pain and heart-break. But is there an easier way? Maybe none, but once we start to truly love ourselves, and to focus on our own inner peace and wellness, true love will knock on our door. Thank you for visiting my website, Tin. May you find your truest heart's delight.

  2. Regardless of who we are, at the depth of all of us are the same longing- to love, to be loved, and to be happy. Looking for a true love is an adventure in trial and error and learning through pain and heart-break. But is there an easier way? Maybe none, but once we start to truly love ourselves, and to focus on our own inner peace and wellness, true love will come knocking at our door. Thank you for visiting my website, Tin. May you find your truest heart's delight.

  3. just blog hopping…you sound so romantic.keep writing.i won't say anything much of korean dramas.marami ring magagandang love stories sa paligid and their born out of each filipino.take care!

  4. Hi Tina, I can't say that I can relate with those Korean soap opera references hehe… but I can definitely relate with the need for catharsis.Letting go is the best way to go. You're right you're only hurting yourself when you hold on to anger. You direct it at the other person, but they don't even know it, so best to just forget it. Forgive, but don't necessarily forget so you don't get burned that way again. You're so young, you're bound to meet your fish in the sea. So just keep fishing. I wish you all the best!

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