Her Tears Don’t Make Her Weak

Her tears aren’t an indication of weakness. They’re a sign of bravery and heroism.

A few people don’t have the quality to fall. They drift on the edge of a cliff, afraid of falling down, anxious of what will happen next and what are the chances if they let themselves reach the bottom.

But she has already taken the leap— into your reality, into your world. She anticipated that you would hold up there, to return all that she was ready to give you, yet you let her down. You frustrated her. You demolished the trust covered up within her.

So now, all she can do is cry.

Cry about the way you’ve been treating her. Cry about how she trusted this person being unique and different. Cry about all that you aren’t and all that she isn’t.

Don’t feel too lucky to hurt her because of a large part of those tears aren’t for you. They’re about shedding her old self and blooming once more.

She doesn’t shout out of outrage and anger or even misfortune. She doesn’t cry over the past, despite the fact that the past is what’s been playing on a loop in her thoughts. It will take her time to realize, but she has cried over the future she lost and the new future she wanted to make beautiful.

She doesn’t know what the universe has in store for her, so she shouts out of blackness and confusion. Would it be a good idea for her to erase your number from her phone? Would it be a good idea for her to attempt to fix things up with you? Would it be a good idea for her to go out with her friends or would it be a good idea for her to creep under the sheets until she chokes?

She doesn’t know which way would take a peaceful turn of her life. She doesn’t know what will lead her to satisfaction and what will lead her to destruction.

She shouldn’t feel awful about those tears coming out. They aren’t something to hide under pillowcases or, they aren’t an indication that she has committed a mistake, that she’s a loser or that she needs to get herself together.

They’re an indication that she’s human with feelings. That she’s becoming mature. That she’s getting to be plainly alright with her feelings and mostly that she is getting to be noticeably contented as a woman.

Since strong girls aren’t hesitant to cry, it’s the society that has attached abnormal attributes of being a strong woman. They don’t build up walls of bricks to keep the feelings away. They open up windows, high and wide, to let the feelings inside.
Since feeling is the only tactic you’re going to realize what you want, what you need, what you are.

The feeling is the only way that will help you find and discover your truth.

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