THE GEN Z LIFE
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WHERE TIME'S FOREVER FROZEN
CREDITS : Anshi Sinha
Catch Psychiatrist Dr.Aparna Deshmukh get candid about toxic vs healthy relations.
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“Keeping bad company is like being in a germ-infested area. You never know what you’ll catch.”
― Frank Sonnenberg
Someone who stood by in the darkest hours is all I wanted -
Someone who did stand by in some of those mournful nights is what I got.
Then life happened-
Broken trust followed broken faith;
And things got sour.
That beautiful world where friendship thrived -
With unicorns and hamsters and music playing all the time-
Has now ceased to exist.
Who is the real victim here? Is it you or is it me ?
And the culprit?
That’s the heart which didn’t understand and the mind that always misunderstood.
We all make mistakes -
But this one won’t let me hold on anymore
And though my intentions were always holy -
The ghost of you will now have to suffice
For the rest of my life.
With the good and the bad -
The joy and the sorrow
This is where it all comes to an end
In the years to come,
I might see you in the field that lies
beyond the right and the wrong.
But until then, let’s both hold strong.
With a smiling face and a silent cry,
I finally whisper what you’ve been waiting to hear -
THANK YOU CARDS TO THE TOXIC ONES
I sometimes wish things would've ended between us a different way. I sometimes wish we got that one more sunset together, or maybe when we held hands you would rub your thumb along mine and smile but that's long gone.
I never got closure. We all know its a scam so I'm just here to say thank you. I could be very passive about it, I can say thank you for teaching me how to deal with conniving people, or how to watch your life fall apart right in front of you but wake up everyday and act like you've still got your shit together. I could thank you for teaching me how bad heartbreaks are at a very early stage of life so that I'm ready for my next heartbreak. Or like making me feel like I don't deserve love and then later on I realise I'm a badass and self love is the only answer.
But I'm not going to do that.
Instead, I'm going to thank you for the times you made me laugh. Or all the times you listened to me cry and sat right next to me on a dirty pavement even though you're a clean freak. I want to thank you for always holding the umbrella while you got wet. I want to thank you for staying up all night and listen to me talk endlessly about my favourite books. I want to thank you for listening to all the songs I'd reccomend to you and then later sing them with me.
You did teach me quite a lot. You taught me that being selfish is completely fine. You also taught me that if it is forced, it isn't meant to be. You taught me that I shouldn't stay where I am not valued. You taught me that I am all I need in the end, I should always be my best. You also somewhat helped me set goals and achieve them, get some discipline in my life. I couldn't have asked for a better ending to this glorious friendship.
I'm glad we were parallel lines :)