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40 One-Sentence Reminders For Anyone Facing A Crossroads In Life

1. If you’re unhappy with how a chapter is going in your life, turn the page.

2. Healing is sometimes uncomfortable.

3. It also isn’t always easy.

4. Try and let the negativity go.

5. If it doesn’t make you happy, let it go.

6. Stop running back to the things that broke you.

7. You deserve to be happy.

8. Even if that means letting go of certain people or places.

9. Second chances are a blessing.

10. Make the first step.

11. The second step will come easier.

12. It’s okay to put yourself first.

13. Don’t overthink the situation.

14. Dig deep and go with your gut — it won’t let you down.

15. If the path you choose doesn’t work, you can start over again.

16. If it’s scary, it’s worth it.

17. Make a plan and prioritize your tasks.

18. It’s okay to fail.

19. Just make sure you get back up.

20. You don’t always have to have it all together.

21. You’re only human.

22. Make sure you’ve learned from your past mistakes.

23. Enjoy the present.

24. Look forward to the future.

25. Take your time.

26. You are in charge of your life.

27. Accept you can’t control everything around you.

28. Asking for help doesn’t make you weak.

29. It’s okay to admit you’re a little lost.

30. Nothing will change if you don’t do anything.

31. Realize that sometimes crossroads are a gift.

32. You have the ability to choose what happens next.

33. You are the author of your own life.

34. Start living a life that you can enjoy.

35. You only get one life, so you have to embrace all of the little changes.

36. Don’t be so hard on yourself if it doesn’t pan out.

37. Change is hard, but staying stagnant when you’re unhappy is worse.

38. Better things are around the corner.

39. Believe you have your best interests at heart.

40. Rest assured that everything else will fall in line over time. TC mark

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