posted on Jun, 6 2015 @ 12:01 PM
a reply to: MimiSia
Hes referring to when you are in a relationship with someone so deeply that they in fact do become your closest confidant and best friend. having a
connection and mutual acceptance on that deep a level and it suddenly being gone is hard its like your best friend died or something. Gone forever
and so is that depth and level of connection and communication.
Its like a part of your soul is being ripped out and killed. It's traumatizing the first time around when you experience it and the only thing in the
world you would like best is to have your best friend back and around.
Going from feeling love to none at all is hard. And learning to love yourself in that absence of friendship even harder sometines.
It took me two years to get over loosing someone that close. And during that time I wish i had my best friend back. Even now after moving on i wish
i had a connection like that. A best friend and soulmate.
I still remember vividly the sensation the first night you sleep alone again. You roll over to hold someone and cuddle and there's no one there. The
bed feels colder cause you don't feel their warmth next to you. And you still sleep on your side of the bed for A while until your brain catches up
and realizes there's no one there any more you can sleep on the whole bed
edit on 6-6-2015 by BASSPLYR because: (no reason given)