How to Heal Pain

It seems quite insane…

that you can heal something as bad as pain.

I don’t mean the pain you can cure with a pill,

or remove by simply staying still,

I mean the pain from losing someone or something;

The pain that is caused by sadness.

Being sad is painful,

I know because I’ve been there way too often.

All I can say is let it all in…               

then one day… it just stops.

I feel like most of the posts I’ve made so far are either about “Pain” or “Writing about Pain”.

Today, however, I didn’t feel any of that.

I had an unexpectedly good day. The crazy thing is I started the day with a bad attitude, just wanting to go back to sleep. Next thing I know it turned into the best day I could think of.

You see, I learned an important lesson today: sometimes you just have to tell bad people to fuck off.

It seems impossible – believe me I used to think it was – but one day you’ll just meet the right people somehow, and you won’t feel lonely and you’ll have a day where you forget to think about that guy for a few hours. And then you’ll pause and realize you had a happy day.

Of course I will still post about pain because pain will always be there. But at least not all of the time.

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From a girl who lost her mind.

25 thoughts on “How to Heal Pain

  1. Unfortunately, life is full of obstacles, losses and people who make it difficult, so it’s very hard to notice the little, beautiful things that continue to happen around us at the same time when we’re consumed by all the above! We just have to be thankful. Keep on noticing 🙂

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  2. I’m going through something similar lately. The past couple of months have been nothing but emotional pain, but some days I get to forget about the pain, for a few minutes at first, then gradually a few hours. As you said, pain will always be there. But as another commenter wrote: time heals. And I’m banking on that. Hope you’ll have better days ahead 🙂

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