Letters to your boyfriend about being hurt

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letters to your boyfriend about being hurt

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Lewis Capaldi - Someone You Loved (Lyrics)

I try my best not to think about it and just block you out my mind, but the pain runs soooo deep.

An Open Letter To The Boy That Hurt Me

I'm writing this letter because I thought it would be better to write instead of talking to you in person, especially since both of us of usually have hair triggers on our emotions and tempers. Besides, I'm already upset, and I don't want to say anything I might regret later. First of all, I want you to know how much I care about "us" and how important this relationship is to me. For example, you probably don't realize how much I've enjoyed all the discussions we've had together. I've found that we can talk intelligently about everything from Impressionist art to the exportation of American jobs. The more I get to know you, the more I find we have in common and the more I love you.

The last 10 months everything I've done was to please you. Not anymore. I put my feelings second, and you didn't care. You didn't ask how I was. You didn't ask if I was OK.

A Letter To My Boyfriend About My Feelings, this is the perfect letter to send to your boyfriend to let him know exactly how you feel about him and the relationship at large. This is not the time to hold anything back, but the perfect time to pour out all of your heart to him, so when he gets this letter, his reply or response will tell you a lot about your future together and how he feels about you too. In a relationship you dont have to be shy, you should be bold enough to say how you feel. Instead, you acknowledged the fact that am only human created to feel emotions. You made me the luckiest girl ever the day you asked me to be your girl, and now my feelings have grown deeper and more profound than never before.

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This will not post anything on Facebook or anywhere else. We plan an entire conversation in our head, with eloquent lines and poetic pauses, with probable responses and expected reactions. But when the time comes to say it out loud, we chicken out. We choke up on the words we had planned to say, while they hang in the air waiting to be voiced. In , a year-old started a Tumblr account that soon went on to become a huge success because it became a repository of letters that were never sent to their recipients.

2 COMMENTS

  1. Dispprinovrep says:

    Though I've seen this letter written by a million different people in a million different ways, I've also rewritten this probably a million times since you left.

  2. Aracely P. says:

    I'm writing this letter because I thought it would be better to write instead of talking to you in person, especially since both of us of usually have hair triggers on.

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