Even if I touched your hand again the spark won’t be there like it was the first time.
Then it hits you that you’re never going to feel completely whole again because you’ll always be leaving pieces of your heart with people from all over the world and you finally feel okay with that.
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.
Reaching a point in your life where – although you can still care your physical appearance – you’re more concerned with your integrity, your character, and the type of person you are.
This doesn’t mean I forgot about you, it doesn’t mean I don’t have times where I miss you, it doesn’t mean that I replaced you, it simply means I finally started enjoying my own company. It means I started finding my own way and became comfortable with being alone.
I was afraid that if I let him go, he would go off with someone else and then I’d be missing out, alone and always thinking ’that could have been me but I let it go’.
I also wondered why, when I knew he did all of these things, did I still want to cling to all of that and let go of everything else within my life in pursuit of making this relationship work.
We are great at being creative, assertive, finding inspiration and identifying problems. We are not always so great at keeping our cool.
I don’t feel bad about being single and neither should you because you don’t need anyone; sometimes all you need is yourself.
What was the bravest thing you have ever done?