How I opened myself up to the possibility of new relationships
This dating-break is the best gift I’ve ever given to myself.
For love to last, it takes two, not one.
I have gone through many heartbreaks in the last twenty-something years of my life and, if there’s something good I’ve learned, it’s that there’s a way out — a way that will help you become a much better person who is capable of manifesting your dream life.
When your relationships don’t work out, it’s easy to blame yourself and think something is wrong with you. But a relationship’s outcome is neither about you as an individual or your self-worth.
Sit with yourself because there are times no one and nothing could help you but you.
As long as we’re trying our best, we should never feel like we’re useless or an inconvenience. Anyone that makes you feel that way is not worth the time of day.
I might be a wreck but I’m still smart. I know I shouldn’t have to rely on having you to feel good about myself.
I’m not asking anything from you. I’m not going to bother you. I just need to ease the pain to keep on going. So, can I just be selfish for a moment and say the things I shouldn’t be saying…?
My soul doesn’t understand that you’re gone now. She doesn’t understand reasons and life complications and distance and people saying goodbyes to each other.