But the thing is, nobody can ever be replaced..
Erm, I would disagree. I mean sure each individual has a very specific set of traits that make them unique.But think about this. You've had friendships that either you or the other person has ended. And you've also ended a few romantic relationships yourself.And you find new friends and new romantic partners, however realistically these can be viewed as replacement for what you've lost. They by far are not the same people, but they do fulfill the same purpose as those who are now gone.And sure you can argue that the parental figure is indispensable or irreplaceable, but that can also not be true. I mean, some children don't have a reliable parental figure, or any at all. But they find replacement for that in an enormous variety of ways.
My position still remains. No one is replaceable.
Push people away and wonder where they left
Cause actions speak louder than words.
I don't understand
I'm just asking the actions of the pusher or the one who leaves... Jeeze
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