It feels so happy to free a burdened, lost, and anxious soul. I just came from a calm, sincere, and heart-to-heart talk with my best friend who I think was lost, and I’m just too inspired not to write about the experience immediately. If there’s one thing I realized, it’s that love finds its way without forcing itself. It finds your way, as it did mine, and as it did Thea’s. So I’m writing about how to help a lost friend—but maybe, just not the conventional way.
I searched the WordPress Reader for the term and came across a blog. Finally, I saw a definition of codependency that was clear as noonday. A codependent happens to be someone like me, but wait—there’s more.
I don’t even like the thought of writing about Sue. If I could sue her for everything, I would. But why do I hate this person so much?
Oft they say time heals all wounds.
But I’d rather say…
I feel empty right now and it’s just depressing. But I do have insights as to why. You know that I’ve tied my entire existence to the only human being who exists in my innermost circle now. And, just hours ago, I’ve let that person go.
What if? Well, I didn’t have to ask. Apparently, she’s addicted to some superficial emotion-boosters that I dare not name. Can I do a thing about it? Help!
Our friendship is complicated. We have problems that normal friends don’t have. We’ve been codependent. Will our relationship work better by letting go?
Cold wars. Lonely hearts. We have these every time we disagree. Am I tired? No—I don’t want to be. I just feel down and depressed every time. Save me.
I crawled to bed yesternight. She was too busy. I felt angry. Do I now have delusional jealousy? Could you relate to me? Read on to know more of my story.