Move on from a life that has bruised your ego. From a life that has done nothing but pour tragedy and disaster into your heart. Move on from the past that has you reeling every time you look back on it. Move on from the ugly ghosts that haunt you to this day.
The worst part of a break up is watching your best friend walk away and knowing that you have lost a love and a friendship at the same time.
All this time later, you must be drowning in your own loneliness and insecurity because you dared to say, “I miss you.”
It is vitally important to find healthy ways of releasing the outrage, heartbreak and helplessness.
Have you ever felt like life was giving up on you?
“But I love him!” makes me cringe. To this I say, “So what?” Lots of people love hard drugs, but that isn’t exactly healthy either.
When bad things happen, it’s very easy to get caught up in the drama. We can get a lot of things from repeating our story to others such as sympathy, support, and encouragement. But wallowing in that story keeps you living in the past and not focused on being present to what’s in front of you right now.