Honestly, that is a very good question, something that I don’t understand and part of me never hopes to. How is it that someone could just lose interest in someone for literally no reason? How is it that people just find someone boring and don’t try anymore, whether its friends or a relationship, where does that other person come off? Why is that possible that we can just drop someone and never look back, and others will dwell on it for a lifetime wondering what they did wrong, what words were not suppose to be said, what actions were not suppose to be done even though in reality they did absolutely nothing wrong. They were themselves, gave that significant other their heart. I don’t understand why humans are even programmed to do such things. What makes a dog want to do everything for it’s owner? What makes humans generally selfish? Why do we only pay attention to the things we don’t have and never acknowledge the things we already have? Why is it so hard to just be content with what we have and to live our lives. Even a neutral life I believe would even be better than this life we all live where society thrives off of negativity. I wish for once I could just get an answer, it honestly doesn’t even have to be a good answer, but just something even probable I would be okay with. The answer “that’s life” can’t be all to what it is. I just refuse to believe it, but I am trailing off, to my original question : What makes us lose interest? Or maybe look at it from the other side : What keeps us entertained? We’re all just humans doing the same thing in a different way, living. I just don’t find it fair that a person can do nothing wrong, never cheat, lie, or anything in that nature and still end up the one who loses everything. In an ideal world shouldn’t good things happen to good people and bad things happen to bad people? I mean that is seriously almost never the case. I wish I could just know what I did wrong do make me a stronger person for the next time, but instead I’m stuck with a bunch of “Why’s” and insecurities. I love taking important lessons from what went wrong in a relationship and using that knowledge to make me a stronger person for the next relationship ; but it is hard accepting the fact that sometimes people just do not go together. There is no reason, neither of them did anything wrong and are both generally good people, they just don’t fit. Like forcing two pieces of a puzzle together.
This brings me to another thought, why are the majority of us so set on the fact that once we find our significant other we will be happy? Me for instance. Ever since I was little I always found it amazing that somewhere in the world there is someone for everyone. Someone you can just click with, speak your mind to and that person listens and understands you. I’ve always found that fascinating, but oh well perhaps I’m just a hopeless romantic, me and 30 million other people right? Just another world wonder I suppose.