Dear ‘Best Friend,’
After all the ups and downs we’ve gone through, it never occurred to me that the ties of friendship between us would ever be broken. You suddenly cut me out like I was never a part of your life.
You cut me out like I didn’t mean anything to you.
I still can’t get over the fact that our friendship fell apart. It’s been almost two years now, but it appears that time can’t heal my pain and erase the scars you left on my soul.
You suddenly cut me out of your life without giving me any explanation. You left me with a lot of unanswered questions that are still lingering over my head:
Did you cut me out of your life because I did something bad to you? Was it my fault at all? Did your heart break when you decided to remove me from your life? Are you still thinking about me? Do you miss me?
How could someone so easily let go of a person they loved so honestly and deeply? How could someone let go of a person they had such a strong connection with?
And do you know what hurts me the most?
That’s the thought that I might never find the answers to these questions. It’s the thought that I might never get to find out why you cut me out of your life.
Whenever I walk past the places where we used to hang out and whenever I come across a photo of us, fond memories of the time we spent together come flooding back.
Dear ex-bestie, I can hold a grudge against you for cutting me out of your life. I can even blame myself for it. I can miss you terribly. But there are some things I can never do.
I can’t erase our memories. I can’t erase what we went through. I can’t pretend that the genuine, deep connection we had never existed. I can’t act as if you never meant anything to me.
Because you were an important part of my life. You were the one who was always there for me. You were the one who saw the good in me even when I couldn’t see it myself. You were the one who reminded me of my strength and courage whenever I felt weak. You were the one who made sure I was always aware of my worth.
Yes, you were someone who helped shape me into the woman I am today – and for that, I’ll always be grateful to you.
Therefore, know that I don’t hate you. I don’t feel bitterness in my heart. I’m not angry with you.
After all, cutting me out of your life was your decision. And regardless of how difficult and painful it was for me to accept the harsh truth, I’ve realized that I need to let go.
Yes, I need to let go of you.
I don’t know if you will ever read this letter or if we will ever see each other again, but I truly hope you’re doing well. I hope you’re living the life you’ve always wanted to. And I hope that you’ll find someone who will love you and care about you the way I did.
Last but not least, I hope that our paths cross someday again. And until then, I wish you nothing but the best.
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