Not giving literature advice here but a life lesson one must learn to get along with one's romantic life smoothly instead of facing constant obstacles by traveling on the same rugged path. Indeed, it is wholly understandable when it comes to staying away from your past relationships. Moving on and overgrowing your exes is moderately a difficult endeavor altogether but don't you think at one particular point in your lifetime, you must end it completely without leaving any traces? Adeptly, we, humans can't accept reality until and unless it hits us hard so badly that we revive our senses for good.
A sentence or a passage or even a chapter ends with a full stop regardless of uncountable commas. But the evident fact is, it must end at one point no matter how much a person can drag a story to different extremes. The title is all about the necessity of concluding things regardless of the count of trials to survive an already messed up relationship especially when you know deep down that relationship can be survived at the cost of losing your individuality or losing some important phase or face of your life. Needless to say, a perfect relationship is an illusion and in many cases, people do apply 'commas' in their relationships 'chapter' with the hope of ending on a satisfying 'full stop'. But if you are someone who keeps entertaining all those commas in the fear of accepting a full stop, then you need to embrace how the real world works.
Love can make people insanely sick, especially in terms of entertaining false hopes. Some relationships bring emotional trauma into our life scenarios and instead of getting rid of them, we sometimes get used to them and gradually start getting along with them which ultimately leads us to suffer them without complaining at the cost of our mental peace and personal growth. The thought of losing the person you invest your energy and effort in, seems inexplicably painful but when you know that person constantly causes you one or the other issue in your life, do you think that person's existence does any good for your romantic life?
Some love stories get that full-stop end by having too many commas in between because of intense love, undivided attention, trustful passion, and unending affection. Such couples try to work out the relationships at any cost because they know they have invested themselves in the right people and trust the process of surviving a relationship. If you fall into that category, your commas remain countable and you try your level best to put a full stop beautifully by making the relationship official and public.
But if you are in a relationship where you frequently apply commas in the form of breakups, numerous me-time moments just to breathe without your partner, regular halts to the flow of your bond, unpredictable and unnecessary dramas, confused patterns, doubtful situations, trust issues, commitment issues, and unstable romanticism, then it is high time for you to put a full stop at once by getting a proper closure and not returning to the same person again and again.
Without a doubt, this process takes time, consumes all your energy, throws you into mixed emotions and opinions, and makes you feel completely different from your past self but it surely brings a change in your life and lifestyle. If you allow yourself to endorse that full stop with an optimistic approach, then you will appreciate things blooming and blossoming around with full of life. You may feel vexed, exhausted, and null but coming back to the blank space isn't bad because you end up starting new chapters with new sentences for a more accomplished end.
Right away you may wonder, after all, the tiresome and grueling romantic fluctuations in people's life, will they ever get a zeal to reinvest themselves in other people's lives, especially in terms of getting involved romantically? It isn't an impossible thing and even though a person may put a full stop to one's feelings and emotions, at the suitable moment with the right person every single one of us can find that zen state where love seems possible one more time regardless of those badly ended chapters.
But all this happens only when you perceive the necessity of putting a full stop to all those commas. So don't hesitate to achieve that in the fear of acknowledging the reality.