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The Good, the Bad (and the Inevitable End!) of Relationships :X

Somehow all relationships that I thought, even till the beginning of this year to be lifelong, ended in the most disgusting way. I don't know if it was my fault (I'm so sure I can't be wrong always!!) or the other person, but the fact remains that we are no longer a part of each others life.

Instance 1: I knew her for the longest time I have ever known a person. She was my 'best friend forever' type friend. We'd been there, with each other, through thick and thin, through everything. Still something went wrong, something so grave that it cannot be reversed no matter how hard I try. It just cant be back to what it was. I am still friends with her, still same on the face of it, but deep down I know I can never trust her, never ever. Its ruined, forever! :(

Instance 2: If ever there was any person who came close to me in the shortest time period possible, it was this friend from school. We were best friends for about two-three years and suddenly that came to an end too, in another disgusting but sort of expected way. I still did expect us to sort it out sooner or later, but i guess its already to late. I have learnt so much from this. One thing is for sure, I can never invest 100% in any of my relationships because I am more than sure that it will end. So well, whats the point?? *sigh*

Instance 3: The same happened with another close friend. We had issues with how we dealt with stuff on a regular basis. But that was something we always sorted out. Then suddenly he walked out of my life. no questions, no explanations. just (maybe not so) randomly. But now I know think it was sort of a good thing to happen, for reasons I'm still trying to get straight in my head. All i know is I can never be friends with him again, for the simple fact that you are no on to keep walking-in and out of my life as per your own convenience. Hello!! I might be an emotional fool, but I'm not all that dumb!

Anyway, the point I'm trying to make here is, after seeing all this in just year (actually from March to June only), that all relationships do come to an end sooner or later. I am no one to make such a comment about everyone, but it definitely is true for me. No matter how hard I (we??) try, it just does end. People don't remain in touch, some just get better friends, and most just generally grow apart. There is this expiry date that comes along with all my relationships, its just inevitable.

And I'm living with it now, and it's just a very convenient thing to do as of now. Regrets can come later if they have to.


Nitin said…
ah... sad everything has to end one day or the other...loved the last para...
It is better to expect the least from all ,i guess:)

this post will definitely trouble those who might hav wronged you.

happy blogging.
Mishika said…
Thanks. I don't think any of them will ever visit it. So it doesn't really matter. :(

Happy blogging to you too. :)
Srishti said…
Hawww! :(

But not all relationships come to an end...some (very few) are forever..aren't they?
Mishika said…
Not for me. And if I'm right on guessing who/what you are talking about, leave all hopes. It's been 6 months and we haven't spoken, and it doesn't bother me. :)
Tu hamesha correct baat bol deti hai janemann!
Anonymous said…
I think that you take very light on relationships and the person u hang on with too...

Many say relationships are like glass that once it is broken, then cannot be fixed... I wud never accept that...

They are so subtle that never there arises a crack or break... It's just we look it as a break... I wud say that it will get stronger after a misunderstanding...

So never leave a relationship to go off, until something very wrong in that..

Just my suggestion dude... Sorry if my comments disturbs u...
Mishika said…
I come from just the opposite school of thought. I believe that once spoilt, a relationship can not go back to what it was, no matter how hard we try. but I guess we both have our experiences to back up our views with.

And feel free to say whatever you wish to, it's your space.
Thank you for the comment.
Anonymous said…
Thanks for being with such open minded Mishika!

Even you thoughts contradict with mine, you were able to respect my thoughts... So nice of you dude...
Dr. Jithu said…
some relations r ther to teach u something.. even though we might think it was pointless n painful.. like my frend says it does not matter if all people in the world r ur frenz, wat matters is u hav one frend who u can trust, who wil stand with u even if d whole world's against u.. u surely hav such a frend.. everyone has one.. i'm lucky to hav nearly a dozen..
Mishika said…
I don't think I have that kind of person in my life anymore. And it will be really difficult to give someone that status after all that has happened. Nevertheless, I shall try. Might just get lucky, again. :)

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