Validation (noun): The reality is you need my validation so that you can feel less of an asshole after the way you treated me. One nice gesture from me will be enough for you. That’s why I have to cut you off.
Deserve (verb) – Is you posting on Facebook something that only the two of us would share together really your way of trying to get me to forgive you? Do you seriously think that a YouTube documentary is what I deserve? Maybe in the past when we fought about something stupid, not because you cheated and you are now with someone else.
Angry (adjective) – I am so angry with myself. Why am I still in love with you? I don’t want to be in love with you. I am still in love with you.
Miss (verb) – I miss you so much today. I miss my best friend. I was reading an article that you would like and realized that there is no one who would get as excited about it as you would.
Pretend (verb): My colleagues think I’m doing so much better after 3 weeks. They don’t know that the only thing holding me together at work is me staying away from your Facebook.
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?