Leave anyone who makes you question yourself. Leave anyone who tries to mold you into the awful person they’re becoming.
You were my best friend and I fell in love with you. But ever since that day, you’ve taken me for granted.
She finally let herself go and discovered all she’s capable of. She’s enough and she knows that now. She can see the light radiating off of her that you tried so hard to dim.
And all it took was some water on that scorched earth to get my stems to rise again. All it took was my own nurturing touch to remind me who I was, who I’d always been.
Don’t feel guilty when you’ve already grieved for your relationship before it ended. Because things change, people change, and sometimes it’s because we’re growing into the person we were always meant to be.
People don’t seem to stay,
I can’t depend on anyone
I’ll say goodbye in silence, each tear running down my face like a promise of my love.
Because of you, I’ve learned how to be alone, how to appreciate MY own company and I absolutely adore myself now. Best of all I’ve learned that your self worth is only attached to YOUR own opinion of YOU and no one else.
The truth about hellos is that you have to anticipate a goodbye somewhere in the end. It doesn’t really matter when, but eventually, it comes.
Leaving was right. Mostly for me, but also for you. I tell myself this every day. I’m learning that right will not always feel clean. It will be messy. It will hurt and the hurt will make it confusing but not any less right.