Thoughts for the day: Anyone ever mentioned how hard growing up was going to be?
In our lives, at some point in time, we all meet that someone. The one with all the right words and all the sweet gestures meant to sweep you off your feet. The one who makes everything feel right when you are together. He's your happily ever after, the Mr. Right you've been waiting for all your life. And then by some hook or crook, this nice guy falls through the cracks. He's hard to get ahold of, he doesn't respond with the same enthusiasm as he once did and he has tons of excuses.
The nice guy gone wrong.
The nice guy who only enjoys the chase.
Stupid nice guy.
You know the saying.
Fool me once, shame on you,
Fool me twice, shame on me
Guys like these at that stage are worth nothing. Not your thoughts, not your tears and definitely not your heart. I'm not saying all guys behave like this, but some guys are. With the benefit of the doubt, they might change in time to come, with experience and a few heartbreaks under their belt, but until that time arrives, the guy who ignored your message the day before because he was "busy" will not be the one you will spend your whole life with. Busy is and will never be an excuse to someone of value.
Everyone deserves a special someone in their life. You will find that in time to come, without the stupid nice guy. You will meet someone nicer, more sincere and much more real who will sweep you off your feet and make you feel like the luckiest person in the world. But until your Mr Right comes along, you have your whole life ahead of you. Take up a new hobby, open your mind to brand new experiences and live life, happier each day. Somewhere along the way, you will get the chance to meet your true self, who you really are deep down inside, the self you might have lost along the way with stupid nice guy. And when you find yourself behind all those walls and facades that you've built up, you will feel amazing.
Because the best way to take revenge on someone, is to show them precisely what they had and what they've lost.
Eat that suckers.