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Friends, Lovers, or Nothing

February 20, 2012

Now that we are over
As the loving kind
We’ll be dreaming ways
To keep the good alive  

-John Mayer       

There is one rule about break-ups that I have had to learn the hard way: you can never be friends with your ex. After your relationship, the friendship matra is totally ruined. When you are in a relationship you are combining the two people and creating a beautiful thing called love. But when a break-up happens, that beautiful thing called love is broken, torn down, and ultimately destroyed.

Let’s put it this way, every time the construction company takes a bulldozer to a building, they ALWAYS create a completely new building. They don’t use the broken pieces, the same building, same construction, same floor plan, to create a brand new building. They start everything from scratch. Brand new.

The break-up is undeniably the hardest part of a relationship. The possibility of losing someone forever is the risk you take when you fall in love. It’s scary, it’s confusing, and it’s heartbreaking, but it’s true. You have to ask yourself in a relationship, are the memories that I’m experiencing with someone worth the risk of getting hurt?

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