Songs (noun) – I have a Moving On playlist on Spotify that I made after we broke up. I’ve started skipping all the sad songs everytime I listen to it now.
Therapy (noun): Why are online therapy consultations so expensive? I’m already paying the price of loving you with my heart. Why do I still need to pay more money to get over you?
Christmas (noun) : I can’t wish you Merry Christmas today. You uploaded a photo of you and your new girlfriend yesterday, slightly over a week after we broke up. Clearly, you don’t need my well wishes for a Merry Christmas. In fact, quite honestly, there’s nothing merry about me right now.
Broken (adjective): Anyone who has gone through a heartbreak usually says that they were absolutely broken when it happened. It’s almost like a club for the broken hearted. If it’s like a club, why do we always feel incredibly lonely when it happens?
Wake (verb): I woke up today forgetting that you are no longer a part of my life. For a few seconds, I was happy.
Coffee (noun): I used to drink 3 cups of coffee in the morning. I’ve started drinking 1 cup a day and still I can’t go to sleep at night. I guess my addiction wasn’t the coffee. My addiction is you.
Food (noun): I can’t remember the last time I ate a proper meal. My stomach is telling me I am hungry but all I keep swollowing is my sadness.