But I don’t know why we let the things that people say or do affect how we see ourselves. I don’t know why we try to change who we are to fit into places that we don’t belong.
Your strength does not lie within the moments where you feel that you are at your strongest, but instead, your strength lies in the moments where you feel that you are at your weakest.
We need to reconfigure our minds from thinking that we are broken, lost, or doomed if we are not in a committed relationship.
A huge part of growing up is getting to know yourself before you get to know another person. This is often why young love dies so quickly. You fall in love with someone, then realize there’s so still so much more to figure out.
Not every year is meant to be easy or perfect or wonderful. Some years are meant for growth. And in order to grow, we must keep pushing forward.
We don’t need to have it all figured out by a certain age or by a certain year. There is no limit to when we can decide we want to do something.
We may find that the second time around, we have more appreciation for what once was.
The key to handling these situations is mastering “the art of not caring.”
You see, when you are with someone that you know is not right for you, it will be very hard.
The thing is, often times I would myself planning for my next move instead of being present with where I already was.