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Two-Sidedness

A romantic relationship ends. It hurts to think about this, it hurts to think about that, you think you will never feel like a whole person again, and then time passes. The experiences become more abstract; they get summarized and filed away. The feelings toward that person become a strange baffling elixir of wistfulness, biology, and amnesia, until one day, your brain and your body slow the habit of pulling that file, and you can sleep a little better at night.

  • Posted on June 21