The Pain of Missing Him and How I Cope

A Little Bit of Everything
2 min readMar 18, 2023


The pain of missing him is hard to bear,
For I once held him close and dear.
But then he turned and betrayed my trust,
Leaving my heart shattered and my soul crushed.

I tried to hold on to the memories we shared,
To the laughter, the love, and the times we cared.
But now those memories are tainted and stained by the hurt and pain he has caused in my veins.

I wonder why he did what he did,
Why he chose to leave me hanging, amid
The broken pieces of my heart and soul,
Without a word or a gesture to console me.

But even though I miss him,
I know I must let go,
For the pain of his betrayal continues to grow.
I’ll take the lessons learned, move on with grace,
And find a new love to fill the empty space.

Now, my world feels like it’s turned upside down. I go through various emotions, from deep sadness to anger and everything in between. One minute I cry uncontrollably, and the next minute I feel foolish for believing in the person who hurt me.

These emotional roller coasters make it difficult to function in my day-to-day life. I wake up exhausted and drained, and it takes all my energy to get out of bed. I struggle to focus at work and find myself making mistakes I wouldn’t usually make. I feel like I am constantly on edge, waiting for the next wave of emotions to hit me.

Writing has always been a form of therapy for me. Whenever I feel overwhelmed or anxious, I turn to my journal to express my thoughts and feelings. It’s a safe space where I can pour out my heart without fear of judgment or consequence.

After going through a difficult breakup, I found myself struggling to cope with the intense emotions that were flooding my mind.

Every day, I would write down everything that came to mind — the pain, the anger, the confusion, and the sadness. As I wrote, I felt a sense of release, like a weight had been lifted off my shoulders.

I write mostly for myself, sharing some of it with you :) and this one I decided to share, hoping that it could serve as a source of comfort and inspiration for those experiencing similar hardships.

P.S. *Hang in there… It will get easier over time…