“Holding onto anger is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die.”
The void doesn’t go away after revenge. In fact, when you put attention on the pain, it lingers longer.
It may feel good to think about ways to make the other person feel pain, but it’s a temporary high that leaves you in a lower state of equilibrium once you come back down.
You loved him/her once. No matter what you both went through, there was some reason you were together and you shouldn’t try to or wish to make their life bad in any way because of your action. If I were you, I would not waste my time on revenge. I would focus on being the best version of myself and this is what you should do…
~ Stay away from him/her and anything that might remind you of them.
~ Stop thinking about the mistakes that you both made.
~ Work extra to have better skills and excel at your career.
~ Stop stalking him/her or being in touch with him/her in any way.
~ Stop answering questions from people who want to listen about the breakup story.
~ Let go of the past because I truly believe that you will find what you’re looking for someday.
~ Never go down the memory lane and be sad about it.
We can’t go through the world wishing others ill just because they didn’t love us, because things didn’t work out with us, because they didn’t fit our demands, and because they hurt us.
You cannot wish ill upon others and expect everything to go well for you.
There is no point in taking revenge. You should not feel satisfied by seeing someone else in pain (even though that’s what you want to do when you are hurt). The best thing would be to let go and give yourself a fresh start. This is such a beautiful life and why would you spend time on taking revenge? And even though if you are able to take the revenge then I am sure you won’t be satisfied as much as you thought you would be. Be a better person and let go of everything.