Sure, I still struggle, I still have manic episodes and can easily forget my strength – but in this tiny moment, when I know there is something unsettling within me – I am able to own it, know that I am safe, and find comfort that I will eventually figure things out.
Mother Nature knows that once a boy lets go of a girl, and a girl lets go of a boy, they’ll eventually grow from their temporary sorrow.
You don’t have FOMO
There is power in saying, at times, nothing at all.
Don’t make someone a priority when all you are to them is an option.
Keep calm. Don’t try to force your growth onto them. Everyone has their own journey. Protect your own but also respect theirs, don’t stuff your enlightenment down their throats. Agree to live with differences.
The very challenges inherent in life make it possible to thrive. Without said challenges, there would be nothing to overcome. You can’t possibly have “the best” of times without simultaneously having “the worst” of times.
Never stop learning. Don’t ever stop from growing. Always water your roots. Start saying “I can” instead of “I can’t”.
Instead of acknowledging you’re the reason you’re stuck you blame other people.
If you’re going to love someone who has been cheated on, do it wholeheartedly, do so with purity. Unpack your baggage in front of them. Let them in. Doing so makes this person feel not only like you trust them, but like they can feel comfortable trusting you and doing the same.