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Moving on is a struggle, regardless of whether the end of the relationship was initiated by only one person or agreed upon by both parties. The most difficult part of moving on is letting go of the past and accepting change. Why is letting go so hard to do? Here we outline 13 reasons.

1. The memories are too strong.
Memories are very hard to forget because of the strong associations we have formed with certain objects and ideas. When we think of places and things, we remember experiences with that person. However, what often comes to mind are the good memories that you have enjoyed together. Remind yourself that it wasn’t all rainbows and butterflies, and there is a reason you’re not together anymore. You have to ask yourself if you are really missing them, or just the idea of them.

2. Regret.
Even after some time has passed, we find ourselves trying to fill that void we feel after experiencing a break-up. You find yourself unfocused on what’s happening in the present because you’re so consumed by the past, dwelling on regrets of what could have and should have been. The right way to deal with regret is through acceptance. Accept that things have changed, and you may not be able to change the past but you can change the way you think about it.

3. They inspired you to change, and you liked the person you became when you were with them.
They’ve left their mark on us, and it’s not easy to deny that. They inspired you to become a better person and once they left, you didn’t know who you were anymore. They came into your life for a reason and you should be grateful of the lessons they taught you, instead of holding on to resentments. Ultimately, you are always changing and growing. Remember that you are not yet the best version of yourself. You will meet others who will continue to mold you into someone better.

4. It’s painful to think that they have already moved on.
You’ve gone your separate ways already, but you hate the thought of them being with someone else. It’s normal to feel hurt when you realize that they can be happy with another person who isn’t you, especially when you remember all those times they told you otherwise. What you don’t realize is that you are far stronger than you know. You survived before they entered your life, and you will get through it without them around as well. Things will never truly go back to the way they once were, so it’s better to keep looking forward. There’s no good that comes with stalking them or contacting them when you’re still hurting. Maybe you can still be friends one day, but not right now.

5. They have become your basis of comparison.
When you find that you compare all succeeding relationships to them, this means that you are still dealing with unresolved issues. Perhaps you never got the closure you wanted when things ended between you two or you believe that you won’t find anyone better than them. When you keep comparing new people to your old flame, the same patterns and problems may reoccur. You won’t be able to welcome new love into your life if you haven’t been able to let go of grudges and resentments.

6. You’re afraid of change.
Now that they are no longer in life, it’s hard to imagine what the future would be like without them. You’re scared that you’ve lost your shot at happiness and that your life is incomplete. We dislike change because change brings about instability, when in fact change is the most constant thing in this world. Change is not always a bad thing. In fact, it can be a motivational force that makes you improve your life for the better.

7. You feel cheated.
You are reminded of all the promises they made. Gaining your trust was not easy but they worked hard to get it, and now that things have ended, you think that they were lying. You end up questioning their honesty and whether your relationship was actually genuine. These feelings come out of insecurity. If they told you they loved you and wanted to be with you, that was probably true at the time, but their feelings changed and you have to respect their decision.

8. You feel like you’ve not only lost a lover, but a friend as well.
It’s hard to deal with a breakup because of all the strong feelings that come from that. The tears. confusion and anger your experience are just the tip of the iceberg. However, when you actually had a good friendship with your ex as well, it is more painful to accept that you’ve lost that relationship completely. Some people believe that you can’t be friends with your ex. This is true if you are still harboring feelings for them and are not able to move on yet. But in time, you might be able to reclaim that friendship even though the romance is gone if you’re both willing to do it.

9. Your ego and self-esteem are shattered.
You feel like things ended because something is wrong with you, and that you could have done things differently to save the relationship. The depression you feel after heartbreak can last for a long time and render you powerless, but it is not impossible to pull yourself out of it. At this point, it is important to talk and surround yourself with understanding people. Seclusion will only make you feel worse. Get your life back on track by spending time with those people who are important to you and let their love heal you.

10. You still resent them.
If they broke it off with you, you still think that they made a big mistake and can’t find it in yourself to forgive them. You don’t understand how they’ve been able to move on so quickly while you are here, still feeling attached. One way or another, you’ve got to let go of that resentment. It is not worth holding on to the hurt. Staying angry at them can’t and won’t solve anything.

11. You thought that they were “The One”.
Sometimes things are not meant to be, as painful as that may seem. Maybe you broke up because timing was off, or things just did not work. If they are truly “The One”, then they will come back to you some way or another. You don’t need them to feel loved or happy or secure. You are the only person who can do that for yourself.  So take this time to develop your relationship with yourself, the most important person in your life.

12. You don’t want to.
You’ve asked people for advice on how to move on (because they make it look so easy!) but aren’t actually following the advice. Instead, you spend your free time stalking your ex online. You still think about them all the time. You don’t like your new life, and can’t stand being alone. Like all things in life, you have to want it bad to make it happen. If you want to move on, they you have to distance yourself from anything that reminds you of your ex. It will take time to get better, but believe that you can do it. They came and taught you things only they could teach you, and now it’s time to use these lessons to make better choices and keep living.

13. Mutual friends.
Having mutual friends with your ex is tough because this increases the chances of bumping into them after the break-up when all you want to do is avoid them and have your own space. Mutual friends will tempt you to ask about how your ex is doing and if they have started dating again. It’s best to hang out with these friends separately from your ex, if you can help it.

Moving on is a struggle, regardless of whether the end of the relationship was initiated by only one person or agreed upon by both parties. The most difficult part of moving on is letting go of the past and accepting change. Why is letting go so hard to do? Here we outline 13 reasons.

1. The memories are too strong.
Memories are very hard to forget because of the strong associations we have formed with certain objects and ideas. When we think of places and things, we remember experiences with that person. However, what often comes to mind are the good memories that you have enjoyed together. Remind yourself that it wasn’t all rainbows and butterflies, and there is a reason you’re not together anymore. You have to ask yourself if you are really missing them, or just the idea of them.

2. Regret.
Even after some time has passed, we find ourselves trying to fill that void we feel after experiencing a break-up. You find yourself unfocused on what’s happening in the present because you’re so consumed by the past, dwelling on regrets of what could have and should have been. The right way to deal with regret is through acceptance. Accept that things have changed, and you may not be able to change the past but you can change the way you think about it.

3. They inspired you to change, and you liked the person you became when you were with them.
They’ve left their mark on us, and it’s not easy to deny that. They inspired you to become a better person and once they left, you didn’t know who you were anymore. They came into your life for a reason and you should be grateful of the lessons they taught you, instead of holding on to resentments. Ultimately, you are always changing and growing. Remember that you are not yet the best version of yourself. You will meet others who will continue to mold you into someone better.

4. It’s painful to think that they have already moved on.
You’ve gone your separate ways already, but you hate the thought of them being with someone else. It’s normal to feel hurt when you realize that they can be happy with another person who isn’t you, especially when you remember all those times they told you otherwise. What you don’t realize is that you are far stronger than you know. You survived before they entered your life, and you will get through it without them around as well. Things will never truly go back to the way they once were, so it’s better to keep looking forward. There’s no good that comes with stalking them or contacting them when you’re still hurting. Maybe you can still be friends one day, but not right now.

5. They have become your basis of comparison.
When you find that you compare all succeeding relationships to them, this means that you are still dealing with unresolved issues. Perhaps you never got the closure you wanted when things ended between you two or you believe that you won’t find anyone better than them. When you keep comparing new people to your old flame, the same patterns and problems may reoccur. You won’t be able to welcome new love into your life if you haven’t been able to let go of grudges and resentments.

6. You’re afraid of change.
Now that they are no longer in life, it’s hard to imagine what the future would be like without them. You’re scared that you’ve lost your shot at happiness and that your life is incomplete. We dislike change because change brings about instability, when in fact change is the most constant thing in this world. Change is not always a bad thing. In fact, it can be a motivational force that makes you improve your life for the better.

7. You feel cheated.
You are reminded of all the promises they made. Gaining your trust was not easy but they worked hard to get it, and now that things have ended, you think that they were lying. You end up questioning their honesty and whether your relationship was actually genuine. These feelings come out of insecurity. If they told you they loved you and wanted to be with you, that was probably true at the time, but their feelings changed and you have to respect their decision.

8. You feel like you’ve not only lost a lover, but a friend as well.
It’s hard to deal with a breakup because of all the strong feelings that come from that. The tears. confusion and anger your experience are just the tip of the iceberg. However, when you actually had a good friendship with your ex as well, it is more painful to accept that you’ve lost that relationship completely. Some people believe that you can’t be friends with your ex. This is true if you are still harboring feelings for them and are not able to move on yet. But in time, you might be able to reclaim that friendship even though the romance is gone if you’re both willing to do it.

9. Your ego and self-esteem are shattered.
You feel like things ended because something is wrong with you, and that you could have done things differently to save the relationship. The depression you feel after heartbreak can last for a long time and render you powerless, but it is not impossible to pull yourself out of it. At this point, it is important to talk and surround yourself with understanding people. Seclusion will only make you feel worse. Get your life back on track by spending time with those people who are important to you and let their love heal you.

10. You still resent them.
If they broke it off with you, you still think that they made a big mistake and can’t find it in yourself to forgive them. You don’t understand how they’ve been able to move on so quickly while you are here, still feeling attached. One way or another, you’ve got to let go of that resentment. It is not worth holding on to the hurt. Staying angry at them can’t and won’t solve anything.

11. You thought that they were “The One”.
Sometimes things are not meant to be, as painful as that may seem. Maybe you broke up because timing was off, or things just did not work. If they are truly “The One”, then they will come back to you some way or another. You don’t need them to feel loved or happy or secure. You are the only person who can do that for yourself. So take this time to develop your relationship with yourself, the most important person in your life.

12. You don’t want to.
You’ve asked people for advice on how to move on (because they make it look so easy!) but aren’t actually following the advice. Instead, you spend your free time stalking your ex online. You still think about them all the time. You don’t like your new life, and can’t stand being alone. Like all things in life, you have to want it bad to make it happen. If you want to move on, they you have to distance yourself from anything that reminds you of your ex. It will take time to get better, but believe that you can do it. They came and taught you things only they could teach you, and now it’s time to use these lessons to make better choices and keep living.

13. Mutual friends.
Having mutual friends with your ex is tough because this increases the chances of bumping into them after the break-up when all you want to do is avoid them and have your own space. Mutual friends will tempt you to ask about how your ex is doing and if they have started dating again. It’s best to hang out with these friends separately from your ex, if you can help it.

Only YOU ❤️

Only YOU ❤️

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imahenasyon:

PUTA NAULAN, NAKULOG, NAKIDLAT. PARANG KAPITBAHAY KO LANG ANG LAHAT; SOBRANG INGAY NG ULAN, ANG LAPIT LANG ng MGA LIWANAG MULA SA KIDLAT, TAPOS YUNG KULOG PARANG KUMAKATOK SA PINTO.

But nothing to worry. LALAKE ‘to!!!

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Ayan na… AHHHHH!!!!

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Hahaha. Puta lang.

kilosboyish:

Hahahahahaha.

binatanghero:

iamyourjellybean:

keiapooo:

donyaina:

Made my night. Lol.

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA DANG IT.

Hahahahahahahqhahahagahwhw

FUNNNNNNYYYYYYY!!!!!!!




Wahahahahha! Ang Kulit!

binatanghero:

iamyourjellybean:

keiapooo:

donyaina:

Made my night. Lol.

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA DANG IT.

Hahahahahahahqhahahagahwhw

FUNNNNNNYYYYYYY!!!!!!!

Wahahahahha! Ang Kulit!
Dapat pag nasa isang Relasyon ka, dapat nag boBloom ka. Lumalabas ang kagandahan/ kagwapuhan mo na para bang laging bagong labas sa isang Beauty Salon. Hindi yung pumapangit ka at super stressed ang itsura mo na akala mo galing sa Funeraria.😋

Dapat pag nasa isang Relasyon ka, dapat nag boBloom ka. Lumalabas ang kagandahan/ kagwapuhan mo na para bang laging bagong labas sa isang Beauty Salon. Hindi yung pumapangit ka at super stressed ang itsura mo na akala mo galing sa Funeraria.😋

Sa isang relasyon di talaga natin maiwasan ang AWAY..masakit isipin pero parte na tlaga yan..at isang bagay yan na nakakatulong para masubok kung gaano katibay ang inyong pundasyon..Minsan nakakatakot talaga, lalo na kung di mo alam kung paano magpakumbaba, kung paano umunawa, kung paano magbigay daan muna, kung paano tumanggap ng paliwanag nya at lalo na kung di mo kayang lunukin ang pride mo,dahil sa ang akala mo di mo naman kasalanan kundi kasalanan nya..pero dapat ito lang lagi ang isipin mo, hindi nakakasakit ang lumunok ng pride, pero nakakasakit at sobrang sakit tlaga kung naiwala mo ang mahal mo dahil lang sa pagbibigay mo importansya sa salitang PRIDE MO!

Sa isang relasyon di talaga natin maiwasan ang AWAY..masakit isipin pero parte na tlaga yan..at isang bagay yan na nakakatulong para masubok kung gaano katibay ang inyong pundasyon..Minsan nakakatakot talaga, lalo na kung di mo alam kung paano magpakumbaba, kung paano umunawa, kung paano magbigay daan muna, kung paano tumanggap ng paliwanag nya at lalo na kung di mo kayang lunukin ang pride mo,dahil sa ang akala mo di mo naman kasalanan kundi kasalanan nya..pero dapat ito lang lagi ang isipin mo, hindi nakakasakit ang lumunok ng pride, pero nakakasakit at sobrang sakit tlaga kung naiwala mo ang mahal mo dahil lang sa pagbibigay mo importansya sa salitang PRIDE MO!

angbabaengkulot:

  • Waaah ang cute nya, sana may ganto pa din.

1. Who you are now is not who you will be in 10 years. It is okay to be somebody new 10 minutes from now. We are always learning. We are always growing. If you realized 10 seconds ago that you don’t like who you are, shed your skin, retry, replant yourself in good soil.

2. Cleaning is instant therapy. When your brain is muddy, take a shower, wash your hands, change your clothes. Spend 15 minutes straightening your living room. When you are angry, scrub things. I know it’s crazy but it works instantly.

3. Forgive someone’s debt if it’s under 50 dollars, forgive the small things, give a little time to yourself and forgive the big things too. Forgiveness isn’t about the other person, it’s about you. That being said - if someone ever hurts you in a way that would make me cry to know, you get out of there, my love. You just get up and go.

4. Gum karma is real and if you spit out a piece in public expect to find some on your shoe in the future. Same goes for insults and harsh judgement, too.

5. Do what you love and the money will follow.

6. Live your life with an open palm and give as much as you can and as often. At some point in your life, someone will lend you 50 bucks when you’re down on your luck. Remember how that feels. Remember to give that back.

7. Always wear clean underwear. You’ll thank me later.

8. There is a difference between being kind and being passive and there are those who cannot see that difference. They will try to walk all over you. Never bend your knees for those who do.

9. Have faith. Have faith in god or people or yourself or science or in luck or in all of the above. Faith is what keeps us going, faith is what keeps us strong.

10. Pay your bills on time whenever you can, although money is nothing. Remind yourself that.

11. Do not forget you were once ignorant of all you know now. Be patient of anyone who hasn’t had the education you have. Speak at the level of the person you are with - it’s not playing dumb, it’s being considerate. There’s no reason to make them feel uncomfortable. Plus then when someone starts going off about their superior IQ, you can cut them to pieces and watch their face when you do.

12. You are the best person in the room for one particular thing, and that’s confidence. You are the worst person in the room for another thing, and that’s humility. Use both carefully.

13. Never make fun of someone’s beliefs or superstitions, let your kid keep their imaginary friend and let your best buddy believe in knocking on wood. We all have security blankets. Don’t take away someone else’s.

14. Try to learn something new every day.

15. The worse you look, the more likely you are to run into someone you know so instead of feeling awkward, learn to be confident in sweats while talking to your friends.

16. Never go to bed angry, it will ruin your sleep and make tomorrow even harder. Find a way to relax. Don’t let today get to your head.

17. Think before you speak. When someone says something, mull over their words before answering. This is called listening, it is different than hearing.

18. What keeps love beautiful is that there’s risk involved. If he breaks your heart and it doesn’t hurt, it wasn’t love in the first place.

19. Never let someone else determine who you are or how happy. You are too strong to be torn apart.

20. I love you, even when we are fighting, even when I am fast asleep. Don’t doubt it for an instant. You are my everything.

Life lessons my mother has taught me from the side of her hospital bed (part 2/2 of a series) /// r.i.d  (via rabbrakha)
Kapag niloko ka ng BF mo ganito gawin mo.
Puntahan mo sya sa bahay at sabihin mong 
“I came here just to wreck your BALLS!!!”

Kapag niloko ka ng BF mo ganito gawin mo.
Puntahan mo sya sa bahay at sabihin mong
“I came here just to wreck your BALLS!!!”