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I can’t even begin to explain how profound this quote has been to me. As well as the whole movie.
I keep questioning to myself why I wasn’t good enough to be treated with proper love and respect.
I keep asking why I was never good enough to get that.
Why didn’t things ever change?
Was it selfishness?
Was it your stupidity or mine?
When I think of it now all I feel is crushed, and sick. How could the person who was meant to love me the most, hurt me so badly, over and over again?
Why did my feelings never play a factor when these instances occurred?
And so I keep coming back to this.
In my head, I became convinced that I wasn’t good enough, maybe I wasn’t smart, or pretty, or loving, or compatible enough.
But after watching this movie, I got it. I certainly made mistakes towards the end, but everything that happened wasn’t because of me, I never deserved how I was treated, and it wasn’t my fault.
I can’t keep feeling like I’m worthless. To one person maybe, but not to myself, and not to the people who really love me.
I have to accept that I deserved better.
And if I can accept that, then maybe I will find love that deserves me.
Spoke everything I feel
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omg 10k :)))
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I read this in my 11th grade english class and i still think about it sometimes.
This is my favorite fucking short story ever. It changed the way I look at human weakness.
This is one of my favourite things ever.
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