A Diary of a Broken Heart
Read the diary of a girl who got her heart broken and finding her way to enjoy life as a single-crowned princess again.
"My life before was a fairytale... not until he broke my heart."
“Once upon a time...”
There goes the popular starting line of every fairytale story. And I would like to start my story with that line – but this is not a fairytale story anymore.
Even though i could say I’m a princess once, but that was a long time ago when i still had my prince.
But there was no story to tell.
It has ended before it could begin. The only sign is the bleeding heart crushed into pieces.
And then there was this scar – the scar of unfaithfulness softly carved into it to be remembered forever.
For now, I’m contented being a single-crowned princess again. Maybe someday, there will be a story to tell.
A story of a lifetime that would make the world fall in love once again.
A story that will begin with “once upon a time...”
and ends with “happily ever after”.
Just want to share my favourite yet so sad entry on my journal. I wrote this one when I first got my heart badly broken.
That was the first time tears suddenly rushed down on my cheek because my heart is hurt.
And it so funny to read it over and over again, now that I’m mature enough to understand the curve of relationships. I find it so very light with an accent of innocence.
Anyways, I do believe in happily ever after. I believe that two person can be totally happy with their relationship.
It just needs a full cup of trust and faith to each other and a sprinkle of understanding loaded with communication and serve with respect.
Maybe if we could adjust the volume of our temper more often and listen first to the explanation, maybe we could understand things better. Ask questions if you cannot understand instead of leaping into conclusions.
In that way, we can avoid misunderstandings and will have a better chance to fix the hole of the relationship.
Problems are everywhere, and remember the person you love is not everywhere. He’s the only one and you cannot find an exact replica of him no matter how hard you find it. As my “vezt” stated,’ nobody loses but us. Fighting is not the solution’.
Let the table hear both sides and if you know you’re the one who did wrong, just say sorry and mean it. Admit the wrongs you have done and explain why you did it. I know that every little thing we do has an explanation. And we should believe it because trust exists with love.
I’ve learned a lot from our relationship. I learned that being open and honest to each other will measure the relationship’s level.
We have a lot of big issues, a lot of messy problems and gigantic arguments in the past but we overcome all of it.
We have all the weapons we need – big trust for each other, a lot of respect and a gigantic understanding on the things that are going on.
We rather hug each other than to say goodbye. Problems knock on every relationship trying to destroy it. Are you going to let this problems win over the person you care?
Don’t lose, all we need to do is hold more tightly and do not let go. You don’t need space; you need each other to fight the odds. A healthy relationship will have the 101% of having a happily ever after ending.
© 2012 Mycee. All Rights Reserved.
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