I wrote this post in Instagram last week and it simply said,
“Your tears won’t bring back a person who wasn’t meant for you. You missing sleep won’t make them love you again. Your frustration won’t make them apologize for breaking your heart. And they might not come back and fix what’s broken. You need to learn how to be okay when people walk out on you l. It’s not your fault so stop blaming yourself for someone else mistake. Don’t be afraid to lose what wasn’t meant to be”
It’s the truth, you can’t have hope in someone who broke your heart to come repair you, wipe your tears and comfort the heart they broke. It’s not a good idea. You have to learn to stay strong for you and get through this tough time with God, and know that things will work out for the better. Sometimes we are afraid to lose people we grew to love and know and still want them back after they hurt us. We need to learn to appreciate ourselves and love ourselves and know that we are valuable, special, and amazing! When people leave you and walk out of your life, let them walk!
In closing, i’ll leave you with this: It hurts knowing that someone you cared about so much, and thought you loved, managed to walk out at the drop of a dime for reasons that can’t really be rationalized. Of course it sucks to lose someone so close, but it happens to everyone – and sometimes it can result in something positive and something amazing for you. The biggest mistake people make is depending on other people to make them happy. They think that true happiness is linked to relationships and someone else making them happy. This is why people go crazy when they are alone or single for an extended period of time, they think they are the outcasts of the world and will never find happiness.
True happiness and love don’t occur when two people depend on each other, but rather it happens when you have found yourself and are happy with yourself alone. That’s when someone else comes into the equation to pose as a parallel – not your security blanket. You have to learn to be okay with yourself, with your mind in order to be in a healthy relationship that you enjoy.
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