Write a letter to the first person who ever broke your heart.

Dear “First person who broke my heart“,

As I look back at the times I’ve shared with you, I couldn’t help but smile because I remember the good times that we’ve shared together. We had a lot of fun, great conversations and enjoyed each other’s company but as soon as I remember what you had done, the smile on my face quickly dissipates because the good times that made me smile equals the amount of times that you also made me cry. I kept asking myself why you did what you had done. How could you throw away all those years that we’ve shared together? I cried, blamed myself for what happened and spent all my time thinking about what I could have done differently to prevent that from happening but then one day I woke up and realized that it wasn’t my fault.  I didn’t do anything. My only fault was that I allowed myself to be vulnerable and let you in my life knowing that life is not perfect…that nobody’s perfect and that people make mistakes. You’re human and you’re allowed to make a mistake and for that I forgive you and I thank you for helping me become a much stronger person. You helped me realize that the person I should be with is someone who values me…someone who appreciates me…someone who encourages me to be a better person and someone who knows what the true meaning of love is.

Thank you for what you have taught me and I hope that you lead a happy and fruitful life.


Edelweiss 🙂


Can I get my stuff back?!? Just kidding! 

6 thoughts on “Write a letter to the first person who ever broke your heart.

  1. LOL…at the part at the end about wanting your stuff back 😉

    great letter. I’m not sure I could be so nice to the ones who broke my heart.

    1. Hahahaha! At first I couldn’t get myself to be nice or forgive the one who broke my heart but I think I eventually got tired of caring and I am glad that I got out as soon as I realized what I was getting into. It’s been years and I can’t help but laugh at times when I remember those days because I was really young then and made some poor choices.

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