Ending a relationship isn’t always selfish or cruel. Sometimes it’s difficult and comes from a place of love and understanding.
The best part of writing through your breakup is that you have something to look back on to remind you of the struggles you faced in your past relationships and how you were able to overcome them.
My neediness is just part of the woman I am; take it or leave it.
Love them despite their shortcomings.
I recently ended my five-year relationship with my ex-boyfriend, who survived stage 4 cancer, but the memories we’ve shared inspire me to be a kinder person. I will forever carry those lessons in my heart as I continue my life’s journey as a young woman trying to find her way.
When we settle in relationships, we miss out on other opportunities.
Loving someone takes time and baby steps, so you should take love day by day. Love grows from a seed into a beautiful sunflower, but you must wait to pick it from the garden.
Do not chase after her.
I was debating whether I should write about this or not, mainly because I didn’t want people to be disappointed in my actions and see me in a negative light.
The most important thing for us women and men to remember is to treat our body as a precious gift that God gave us. And to respect it while we explore and go on our adventures through life.