Depression: The Most Rejected One

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No, I was not addicted to alcohol, drugs or smoking. I was addicted to a person and now I have depression. I love a person so I proposed to him and he accepted. In the beginning, it was amazing and we had many great times. However, after some time I began to realize that he is interested in other girls and that he has a crush on them.

I couldn’t say anything to him so I started cutting myself. One day, he found out and threatened me not to do this again. I accepted. We then went to hang out but after some time, he began ignoring me.

I thought, “Okay, he is busy with his studies”. He then said to me, “I going to come online or meet you after exams in about 1 month.” So, I waited for him.

When exams were over, he didn’t come and began ignoring my messages. I texted him a lot as he only saw those messages and my stories on social media. He kept on telling everyone that he wants to break up with me. One day, I came home from school to just two messages: “I am breaking up with you” and “Don’t text me again.”

It was horrible that I loved him so much and he only used me to fulfill his lust. He doesn’t even want to see me. I still love him but I can’t show him my feelings again. I cry the entire night just thinking about him. I wish he would come back but sadly, it’s just a wish.

He will never come back to raise me up and fix my broken heart. I know that he is interested in some other girl. I can’t see him with her because it hurts but I can’t stop. I wrote him many songs but sadly he never got the meaning of those songs. If he got them, I know that he would regret what he has done. If he gets the meaning, he must come back but sadly it’s not going to happen.

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