could have, should have, would have

 
 Don’t stress the could haves. If it should have, it would have. / It kills me when people say, “But we were meant for each other” or “we were perfect for each other. That’s crap. If they were so perfect for each other, they’d still be together. I started training myself to concentrate on that aspect of the breakup, not what I thought “should have been.” What we think “should have been” is just what we really wanted. So jot it down on your “want” list, and move on. 

2 thoughts on “could have, should have, would have

  1. Ha! This applies to running too! After a race, everyone is always talking about woulda, coulda, shoulda….. It’s pretty funny….. I was even trying to think of excuses BEFORE yesterday’s race….

    I coulda dressed in only shorts and a short sleeve shirt. I woulda probably done better. I mean, I shoulda done a lot better if I wasn’t overheating……. 😉

    I still won an award though…… 🙂

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