Moving on is a myth

And all the lies the world expects us to believe.

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Time heals everything, they say.

Well, let me tell you, this is bullshit. Time doesn’t heal anything. It only heaps more events on top of your grief so your mind would be occupied with them instead. But one day, if you sift through that heap, you will find that beneath it all, the wound is still there: still bleeding, still raw, still paining like this would be the end of you.

Moving on is a myth.

We never stop loving the people who once owned our hearts.

We only stop hoping they would be ours.

The passage above is an excerpt from my new book “What happened to our forever?” It is a romantic thriller, the first reviews of which have been overwhelming. You can order yourself a copy here. Don’t forget to leave a review if you enjoyed reading the book.

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Published author, Engineer, 2x Quora Top Writer. I write about books, feminism & personal development. anangsha.substack.com | IG: anangsha_

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