We all like to believe we have that someone special in our life, unbreakable. And over time, even if it goes wrong, we have enough dignity and pride to respect, love, and care for that person because they have been a special part of our intimate life. We still want to see the best for them. We still want to see them prosper and grow. We still carry love and high hopes even though we can no longer be. We would hope all would feel like this. Keep your head up, and stand with the utmost dignity and pride. But sometimes it doesn't work like that. No matter what you do, no matter how strong and tall you stand, it still doesn't resonate with some. They still want to hurt you and only see things from a state of anger and resentment. Some will even go as far as trying to discredit you and even destroy you. Which is sad, because it only reflects their value and overall worth. Breakups happen in life. People tend to disagree. It is a natural part of life. Love, live, and learn. Because if you spend your time reliving and hating the past, it will be impossible to move on or even have a viable relationship. No one wants to hear about you hating on your ex. It spells out doom. People of clear conscious, that know they have given their best, have the fortitude and decency to move on without any doubt or regret. They know what they have given, and what they have to lose and gain. They do not sit around or wallow in self pity. They are fearsome and strong. They are fortified with dignity and pride. They do not have to look back, because the future is always ahead and clear. It is pertinent to one's stability and strength. It helps you understand and draw meaning and purpose. It is the guiding light to your soul and one of the main keys to your happiness. Never make the mistake of believing your happiness comes through another. Your happiness resonates through your hopes and dreams, who you are and what you want to be. We can only hope and share our love and happiness. And hope that we are lucky enough in life to find someone to share our hopes and dreams with us, unconditionally. 

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