It is so strange a matter that I don’t know why I was surprised every time love started or ended.
Really, it’s not worth boiling my cabbage about why you suddenly fell in love and why it all was over in a while. Then, you spent hours of introspection trying to fathom out what train of mistakes you had made.
Well, let my surprise be rhetorical to justify ourselves not acknowledging the fact that love is driven by urge. Conversely, what drives those who end relationships is a purpose.
What should we do? The answer is a no-brainer. If someone presses home their advantage, don’t let that mislead you in advance long before you overcome frustration.
This is just a matter of some reasonable calculation to take further steps after all. It’s workable if you love yourself, if easier said than done.
144 words. Written by IRINI for dverse, Prosery: Surprised or Not