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I know it doesn’t concern you.
I also know it sounds strange and unthinkable.
But I do miss my ex.
Yeah, I know. I should have told him instead of coming to wash my dirty linen in public.
I just couldn’t help it.
But you know that moment when you miss someone’s presence in your life.
Not for anything else but for the friendship you both shared.
That’s how it is here.
He was more of a friend than a boyfriend and I miss that friendship.
And even though I’m getting more from my new cake, I still miss the way we played together, his unending gists, and the way he expressed his love for me.
Everything ended when the relationship ended but here I am, missing the young man.
It’s bad, abi?
Don’t judge me.
And if you’re wondering how my boyfriend would feel…
Well, he’s usually the first to read my emails.
So, he already knows his girlfriend misses her ex.
But while I try to discard the feeling of wanting to be on a good note with my ex again,
I want you to think about something.
Have you ever seen your old pictures and missed how you looked there?
That’s something we never pray for. I mean, we all wish to be better than yesterday nau.
But do you know that any little mistake you make now can make you miss the past you?
Let’s say you had glowing skin and used to dress to the envy of others.
But all of a sudden, everything changed and you’re no longer that person everyone used to admire.
I reject it for you.
But mere rejection isn’t enough.
Even prayer still isn’t enough.
You have to work your ass off to complement your prayers and ensure your tomorrow keeps getting better than yesterday.
Do this judiciously and you won’t have the urge to miss your ex-you.
The Writer who knows how to do Fashion,
Creative Director, Ria Kosher
P.S: I may not be able to show you ways to make money so you don’t miss the past you.
But I can always give you tips that’ll ensure you look good regardless of the amount you have in your bank account.
If you like the sound of that, go to my fashion blog.
There’s a lot about looking good you’ll learn from Svelte Magazine while you stay kosher as always.