The Day I Forgot You
How can we forget a(n) (im)perfect love? How can we move on when the past holds memories that seem so real? How to survive an unexpected grief?
This book doesn't answer these questions. Only describes the hidden feelings of an unrequited love. The reading gives a feeling of closeness and even embodiment of the reader.
The story doesn't teach (and much less advises) to forget the past. The real lesson is to fight nostalgia. Learn from mistakes, interpret verbal and non-verbal signs and, finally, built a new "corrected" love. Save someone special in a corner of the heart and live the present without forgetting the past.
It is a recommended book for those who don't know true love, for those who already suffered (and still suffer) a lost and for those who aim to understand what the heart whispers.
A beautiful book on the inside and on the outside.
Not everybody can be happy ever after, but the majority can search for a happiness that may not be nonexistent.