If you want something, even though you believe you can’t have it, it’s always best to honestly acknowledge (to yourself) the truth of your desires.
The alternative involves lying to yourself and nothing good ever comes from the practice of self-delusion.
“What do I want?” is a different question from “What can I actually have?”
If you can’t have want you want, the solution is facing the truth and finding healthy ways of coping with reality.
Pretending that you don’t have feelings, when you really do, is the exact opposite of moving on.
Denial perpetuates the problem and robs you of your opportunity to realize just how capable you are of dealing with the real world.
Truth, even when it looks ugly, isn’t something we need to run from or be afraid of.
When you take yourself seriously as a creative force, you can face the truth with confidence and composure.