That person that won’t text you back after you double/triple text and are left on “Read.”
That person you keep sending Snapchats to but will only open and not reply…yet view your “stories”…
That person you keep asking to go on an actual date with but keeps bailing?
The person that keeps making date plans with you but never texts you the day of.
That emotionally unavailable person that still claims they’re looking for relationship when you come across their Tinder/Bumble
That emotionally unavailable person that says they aren’t ready for a relationship but weeks later shows that they’re “in a relationship” on Facebook.
That emotionally unavailable person that keeps you holding onto a piece of string, hoping that your situation will turn into a relationship.
That person you keep trying to make plans with but they’re always “busy” but can post 100-second Snapchat stories with their friends and other possible love interests…
That person who is cheating on their girlfriend or boyfriend yet strings you along as a side piece.
That person who doesn’t know that you know they have a girlfriend/boyfriend but keeps lying to you and saying that they’re single.
That person that blames distance for your relationship falling apart.
That person that hates your friends or tries to keep you from seeing them.
That person that treats you like you’re just another one of his or her many choices.
That person that makes you feel bad for developing feelings for them.
That person that makes you feel crazy for being “too much” or “too emotional.”
That person that forces you to change your appearance by losing weight or your attire.
That person that makes you feel uncomfortable with your personal choices.
That person you do coupley type activities with yet they leave you in the gray area.
That person that doesn’t show you respect.
That person that won’t give the same amount of effort you give.
That person who does not want to make you a priority.
STOP. LET. THEM. GO.
You owe it to yourself to treat yourself better. It’s called self-respect. You can’t control others but you can control how others make you feel. Don’t ever let someone think you are flawed for being a human being.
You’re beautiful. You’re intelligent. You are loved. You have a purpose in the world.
Stop finding validation in other people. You have to love yourself first. Your friends and family love you.
Be good to yourself. Treat yourself. Do what makes you happy.