Anupama writes a letter to her 18-years old daughter. Read what she has to say.
The author says that it is so easy to doubt oneself after a break-up, but remember the one who would be worthy of you would never leave you alone and love you as you are.
When you were not loved back by that one person, you became a bit or may be a lot insecure. You tried to figure out where you went wrong. Did you love him less or did you expect more? You gave up your happiness for his smile in the hope that one day, he will realize your worth. But he didn’t and he won’t, ever!
You know what you can do? You can love people, make them feel special and stand with them through their thick and thin though you always get junked and dejected. Let me tell you one thing -You might get disappointed and feel worthless but this is not who you are. You are a strong-willed but compassionate woman.
Remember, whenever you face a heartbreak, you are one step closer to your soul mate – he who will understand you, who will make you laugh and will cry with you, who will let you be yourself, who will make YOU his world. In short, he will be your perfect man or your prince charming. Just wait for that guy, dear, who would never let you sleep crying.
What if you were not loved back by one person? What if your love seemed useless to him? What if you wasted some precious time for them? Nothing goes in vain. Now you know how to love that person-the right person for you. You learned to make choices, to give more and expect less and to stand up again and walk with your head held high. You lost that person who didn’t love you but he has lost you- who loved him with all her heart.
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