“You’re an asshole.” “The worst person I have ever met.” “I hate you with every inch of my life and soul.” “You fucking broke me.” “You deserve nothing and no one.” “I hope you fail miserably in life and get nothing you ever want.” “You’re selfish.” “You are toxic.”
That is just some of the insults a person can say if they hate you. Whether they are justified for it or not, they say whatever they can to bring you down. It gets even better if you are dating. But let’s leave that for another article. The only thing people want in the end is that they are happy and safe.
Happy. Safe. Happy and safe. Sounds good, don’t they? This world doesn't have that always. But when you do find it, you don’t realize how rare it is and lose it. You may hate someone like this and may wish for them to die and all, but I don’t. I don’t want you to die. I want you to deserve all the things you want. You should have it, no matter what has happened in your past.
Sure, sometimes you may deserve it but what if the other person is doing this for themselves? What if they are pushing themselves away because they feel hurt by you? Staying in such an environment can only hurt not only you but the other person too.
“I can’t believe I let you trick me into believing that you actually cared about me.” “No one’s going to miss you.” “You’re so pathetic, I hate you.” “Fuck you and your miserable self.”
The thing is, feeling safe and happy isn’t just a one-way street. You may feel as though but what about the other person? What if their feelings have changed due to certain events? What if that person thinks the best thing for themselves is to just move back from it all? How would you feel?
There is a limit to everything. A limit that every single person has. A limit to how much pain and stress a person can handle but people don’t tend to see that.
“I hate you for everything you have ever done.”
I hate myself too.