What’s Hurts The Most

What hurts the most is what’s the most hidden and shameful from society:

When it comes to pain, it demands to be felt but when it gets ignored by ourself with being in denial to refuse that a piece of evidence that made us feel pain, those painful moments, we refuse to accept the reason that caused the pain in the first place. But regardless of all that, there’s always a way to move past and heal from the pain and the painful moments in a lifetime.

Life may come with it’s painful and traumatic moments for one person but it’s always possible to come out of those moments stronger, wiser and resilient which takes enough time. There is not given amount it takes, everyone works at their own pace.

I can take the rain on the roof of this empty house. That don’t bother me. I can take a few tears now and then and just let them out. I’m not afraid to cry every once in a while. Even though going on with you gone still upsets me. There are days every now and again I pretend I’m ok. But that’s not what gets me.

No matter how traumatic a moment can be for someone, there’s a way of coming out in the positive side of life. Pain is temporary, so don’t choose to make permanent choices when in these moments.

What hurts the most. Was being so close. And having so much to say. And watching you walk away. And never knowing. What could have been. And not seeing that loving you. Is what I was tryin’ to do

Nothing is permanent so don’t make permanent choices for the temporary.

It’s hard to deal with the pain of losing you everywhere I go. But I’m doin’ It. It’s hard to force that smile when I see our old friends and I’m alone. Still Harder. Getting up, getting dressed, livin’ with this regret. But I know if I could do it over. I would trade give away all the words that I saved in my heart. That I left unspoken.

Man Up, Speak Up

I’ve seen this video and I believe that for boys and men, they are told to man up and hold their pain inside and not be seen at all in pain showing tears and agony even too. They are told this which comes with all those other things society tells us to follow to meet their expectations and standards. But you know what? What matters here in these moments is to do what option gives you great amounts of happiness where you find yourself being all that you are and doing al the things that make you happy.

We all need to stop giving into what society thinks and stop following their every word just to earn/receive validation/acceptance from them. The real acceptance that matters is your own. What you think about yourself matters more than what others think about you.

Silence can kill.

Shame and silence really has plenty of power in our world and its time we take that power back and make all the necessary changes to end all stigmas and silence to help bring long-lasting peace.

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