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Love Hurts too much

Sarah and David met in their freshman year of college. They were both studying at the same university and happened to be in the same literature class. They struck up a conversation about their favorite books, and from then on, they were inseparable.

They spent all their free time together, exploring the city, trying new restaurants, and attending concerts and art exhibits. They were both passionate about their studies, but they also knew how to have fun.

As they got to know each other better, they realized that they had a lot in common. They both came from small towns, they loved dogs, and they dreamed of traveling the world. They talked about their hopes and fears, and they supported each other through the ups and downs of college life.

After two years of dating, David proposed to Sarah on the rooftop of their apartment building. It was a beautiful summer evening, and the sun was setting over the city skyline. David got down on one knee and pulled out a ring from his pocket. Sarah was speechless. She said yes, and they hugged and kissed as the sun disappeared behind the buildings.

They spent the rest of their college years planning their wedding and their future together. They wanted to live in a cozy house with a big backyard, where they could raise a family and host barbecues with their friends. They talked about their careers and how they could support each other's dreams.

After graduation, they moved to a new city where David had landed a job as an engineer. Sarah started working as a freelance writer, and she soon landed a gig at a local magazine. They rented a small apartment near the park, where they would take long walks with their dog.

Their first year of marriage was filled with love and adventure. They traveled to Europe, where they visited museums and ate gelato. They went on road trips to national parks, where they hiked and camped under the stars. They celebrated their first anniversary with a fancy dinner and a bottle of champagne.

But then, things started to change. David's mother fell ill, and he had to take care of her full-time. Sarah tried to help, but David became more and more distant. He stopped going to work, and he spent all his time at home, taking care of his mother.

Sarah felt helpless. She didn't know how to support David, who was dealing with so much pain and stress. She tried to be patient and understanding, but she also felt neglected and lonely.

One day, David told her that he needed some time alone. He said that he couldn't handle the pressure of their marriage while dealing with his mother's illness. Sarah was devastated. She begged him to stay, but he packed his bags and left.

For months, Sarah felt lost and confused. She didn't know how to move on from the man she loved so deeply. She missed his touch, his smile, his voice. She cried herself to sleep every night, wondering if he would ever come back.

But then, something inside her shifted. She realized that she couldn't wait for David forever. She had to take control of her life and find happiness on her own. She started writing more, taking on new projects and meeting new people. She joined a book club, where she made friends who shared her passion for literature.

Slowly but surely, Sarah found her way back to herself. She realized that she was strong and capable, and that she didn't need a man to define her worth. She started to see the beauty in her life, the small moments of joy that made it all worthwhile.

Years went by, and Sarah built a successful career as a writer. She published a book of essays that became a bestseller, and she was invited to speak at conferences and book fairs. She bought a house near the beach, where she could watch the waves and write in peace.

And then, one day, she received a letter from David. He had heard about her success and wanted to reconnect. He apologized for leaving her, and he said that he regretted it every day since. He asked if they could meet

for coffee and talk things over.

Sarah hesitated. She wasn't sure if she was ready to see him again, after all these years. But then, she realized that she didn't have anything to lose. She agreed to meet him at a café downtown.

When she saw him again, she felt a rush of emotions. He looked older, more tired, but still handsome. They hugged awkwardly, and then sat down at a table by the window.

They talked about their lives since they last saw each other. David told her about his mother's passing, and how he had struggled with addiction and depression. Sarah listened with compassion, but also with a sense of detachment.

She realized that she had moved on from the man she once loved so deeply. She had built a life that was fulfilling and meaningful, without him. She didn't feel angry or resentful towards him, but she also didn't feel the same spark of love that she used to.

As they said goodbye, Sarah knew that this was the end of their story. She wished David well, and she hoped that he would find happiness and peace in his life. She walked away from the café, feeling grateful for the memories they shared, but also relieved that she had let go of the past.

Sarah realized that sometimes, love is not enough to make a relationship work. Sometimes, life gets in the way, and people change. But she also realized that love is not something that dies easily. It stays with you, even after the person is gone. It shapes you, and it teaches you, and it makes you who you are.