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What Would You Tell the Last Person Who Broke Your Heart If You Got the Chance To?

Because not all of us get that one chance to leave the people who hurt us with words that capture how we really feel about them.
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Not all of us get the chance to leave the people who walk out of our lives with great last words. Most of the time, we don't even realize that our last moments with them were our last good one. Or the words we leave them with are ugly and painful because our emotions got the best of us during that time. But if you got the chance to talk to the last person who broke your heart for one last time, what would you tell them? We asked three of our Candy Cuties this question and here are their thoughts.

Rammy Bitong "As cheesy as it may sound I would say thank you. She helped me become who I am today and I learned so much from her. And of course for all the gifts she gave me. HAHAHAHAHA!" —Rammy Bitong
LA Aguinaldo "I just would like to say, thank you. Thank you for the opportunity to let me in your life. Thank you for letting me get to know you—your quirks, your dreams, your aspirations, your nightmares, your faults, your beauty. I learned so much from you. You were great. We were great. Who knew such a great thing could come to an end? That we would become strangers again. I used to know what made you laugh, what made you cry, what made you cringe, what made you kilig. I guess that's all in the past now. Moving on is part of the process to love again. But in times of grief, I can't help but be grateful. Thanks for the love, love." —LA Aguinaldo
Maqui Castelo "I still don't understand why it had to end this way, but I guess that's just how life is. I'm going to miss the way you smiled at me, the hugs you used to give me, and our simple moments together that really meant more than the fancy dates and trips out of town. You meant more to me than anything, but the circumstances just wouldn't let us be together. I've learned to accept that we've got to let each other grow apart from one another. We have to mature. That's part of growing up. Our relationship is one that I'll never forget. You've helped me become the person I am today, and for that I am grateful. More than anything, your happiness is important to me, and if that happiness has to be with someone else, then I'm all for it. I will not be closing my mind to the idea of us finding each other again. But for now, I'll just settle for the fact that we had something that was worth getting my heart broken for. I will always love you." —Maqui Castelo

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I am Candymag.com's resident fangirl and ~*feelings*~ girl. When I'm not busy researching about what to write next on the website, I sleep, read books, and re-watch episodes of Friends.
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