Loving a person is not dependent on their presence.
If they left the room for an hour – you’d still love them. If they went away for a month – you’d still love them.
So just because someone has left your life doesn’t mean you automatically stop loving them the minute they walk out the door.
Love doesn’t just ‘disappear’ because it’s no longer reciprocated.
Loving someone who’s not in your life anymore is not something to be ashamed of – it is something that should be cherished. It shows you that what you felt was real and that you have the ability to love deeply and selflessly. The deeper your love for that person, the longer it takes you to accept the loss, so don’t let anyone tell you that you’re taking too long and you should be ‘over it’ by now.
It was your love and your loss and nobody else can tell you what that person meant to you or how long is appropriate to grieve the loss of them from your life.
Just remember you are feeling this way because you are a beautiful loving soul and that everything will be alright eventually.
You just need time… so take all the time you need….Ranata Suzuki