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59 thoughts on “About

  1. TY for following my blog!! I am going through a heartbreak myself and I loved the image you put on saying that’s ”It’s amazing how someone can break your heart, but you still love them with all the little pieces.” bIt’s very heartfelt. You seem to be a very sensible heart and it can only add to the quality of your writing. I am now also following you and I am curious to see how you will evolve and blossom. I almost never write abou myself because I am still afraid to put myself in the nude and make myself vulnerable, forbidding myself from getting the rewards you get when you do so. Maybe reading you will help me do so.

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    1. Glad to know that my write ups motivated you that much…..but it’s actually not me who felt the pain of being left by someone but it’s my buddies who have felt and they have shared their pain with me…..its completely their pain that I have felt from the core of my heart…..love is really cruel🙁🙁🙁….as I have felt…..and have tried to xpress through my writeups….😏🙂

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  2. Hey, Eliza. Just wanted to say that when I first encountered your blog, I enjoyed the few posts that I reviewed and I was happy to follow. But the more I read, the more I like. You have some very interesting ideas and concepts, and I hope you keep up the good work. (Now, if you don’t mind my saying so, let’s get some bits about you on this “About” page instead leaving it as the default description. As a blogger for many years, I can assure you that some potential followers will not click the button if you don’t have anything at least semi-personal on this page. Again, don’t mean to intrude, but let’s throw a smidge of honey out there to attract the like-minded bees…)

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  3. Hey Eliza! Thank you for the follow. I hope you find some encouragement and hope on my site. I look forward to seeing things from your perspective too. I noticed a comment on here where you said something about hating love because love is so painful. I just wanted to say that true love, the way that love is meant to be, not what humanity has created it to be is so very different. People hurt people. Love is supposed to heal, nurture, and protect. Unfortunately we fall short of this perfection far too often. It’s not love that’s so painful, it’s our failure to be love to one another that is so very painful.

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