Don't Tell Me You Miss Me, Tell Me Where and When You Want to Meet
It’s not worth telling me that you miss me, that you want to share your time with me, and that you miss the moments we shared because we haven’t seen each other for such a long time. Instead, tell me where and when you want to meet. Your words mean nothing if you don’t give me a little of your time.
However, if you can’t find a moment to share with me, maybe you don’t really miss me at all. Perhaps, you’ve decided to continue with your life and forget the friendship and love that united us. However, if you’re not able to dedicate one single moment to me, don’t tell me that you miss me because it’s not true.
“I miss you in ways that not even words can understand.”
I miss you
You’ve been a part of my life for a long time, and even though you’re no longer by my side, even though our relationship is no longer the same, I can’t help but miss you. I remember what those days we shared were like, days that we won’t share again. However, maybe there’ll be other days, other moments that we can create together.
I miss the way you looked at me when you knew what I was thinking, and when I was angry and you already knew why. I miss saying good night to you even when you were thousands of miles away and it was still daytime for you.
I’d like to see you again because, even though a long time has passed, I still think of you. I want to look into your eyes again and know that you were always there, that you’ve thought about me, that you’ve been worried about me.
Learn to overcome the longing
Missing someone is a human process that happens in many different kinds of situations. For example, you might miss a friend who’s gone to live in another country because you can no longer share many things together. Nevertheless, you’ll be happy that they’re happy and that they’re carrying on with their life. The relationship may change, but if you maintain contact, your friendship will last.
When you experience a love breakup, it’s normal to move from initial feelings of resentment toward your ex-partner to idealizing the relationship you had with them. However, you must overcome these nostalgic feelings and accept that they no longer want to be in your life. You must respect their decision.
“The worst way of missing someone is to be sitting next to them knowing you will never have them.”
-Gabriel Garcia Marquez-
You also miss people who’ve passed away. You might even miss your childhood or places that you saw once and have never seen again but they remain in your memory. They’re beautiful memories that you treasure and those feelings of nostalgia fill your mind with pleasant memories.
Enjoy the present
However, this nostalgia can’t always be a part of your life, because you must start to enjoy everything about the here and now. You can overcome these feelings of longing by keeping yourself occupied, enjoying the people around you who love you, and the things that make you happy. Think of all the good things you have in your life, all that you’re grateful for, and all those people who are by your side. The ones who really miss you when you’re not around.
Every day, write down on a piece of paper everything good that happens to you, everything that makes you happy, Then, when you feel down, read it. Don’t let sadness take you over. Get out there and enjoy your own unique life. Forget who’s forgotten you, and don’t give them a place in your heart that they don’t deserve. A friend or partner who really misses you will come and look for you.
Tell me where and when to meet
It doesn’t matter if it’s tomorrow or next month, tell me where and when to meet and I’ll come. If you look for me, if you write to me, if you want to know about me, as I do you, then I’ll know that you really miss me. Time is unimportant, we can overcome it with our affection and love. Tell me where and when to meet. Tell me a place and a time and I’ll come and look you in the eyes again and know that you’ve always been there.
“When I told you that it would always be there, I did it knowing that our happy memories deserved it to be.”-Andrés Castuera-Micher-