“She told me she had lost fifteen pounds and without meaning to I just looked at her and said ‘Oh’ and was visibly surprised, because it definitely did not look like that. Before you judge me for being an asshole, she left me for not making enough money. I’m a teacher.”
Every day is a chance to change the way you think and react to situations. If you’re doing the following five things it might be time to change your mindset.
Stop worrying about being lost. Stop worrying about your next destination. Stop worrying about your next job or your next relationship or your next promotion.
Don’t settle with a guy who treats you like you’re an option, one of many other options to chose from. Don’t settle with a guy who can’t remember the little, but important things that make you who you are.
The girls with the widest smiles have the deepest cracks in their hearts.
Don’t sweat the small stuff. When you look back on life though, the menial things don’t matter.
Breaking someone else’s heart. To a certain extent, it’s an inevitability. One that will haunt you, but one that will also humble you.
There will come a time when you can look back at your relationship devoid of the attachment. You will recognize it as a time shared between two people that grew you by virtue of its existence and ended when it could no longer serve you.
Letting yourself feel this pain is what will make it go away. I didn’t realize that, so I bottled it up and exploded on several occasions. Don’t do that to yourself. Let yourself cry.