MENDING A E D

Reminded

It's about you

Many break up’s to make up became normal. Not realizing that’s what I use to see and know as being normal. I made excuses for my behavior and others behavior. The tug and pull back and forth became old and tiring. I decided wanted change and I needed change to happen. I would wait looking for signs, and it never came. Awaken one early morning, my soul was crying. I realize the breakup begin with me leaving me, stranded and abandoned. I learned how to give to others and putting what I needed last. I had to develop a relationship with myself. I was a stranger to myself. I had to stop my soul from crying. I begin to apologize for all that I took myself through. Spending quiet time, reading and writing were things that brought me joy and happiness. It was something that I yearned for.  I begin to break away from toxic behavior. Setting boundaries, and limiting how much time giving to others. Loving and giving to myself is something I look forward to. I would turn off my phone, cut off social media at times, spending that time with myself. I discovered how to love me first. I discovered a new normal. I connect daily with myself. I realize the break up to make up begin with me. Healing and forgiving myself. It’s tough letting go of people that are not healthy for your well being. You are blindsided in your mind, emotions and feelings. Your judgement is clouded. Take the time to heal. You are the source of the problem, not the other person(s). Everything begins with you and finish with you. We have the free will to make decisions. You have to decide when its time for change. It’s not up to the other person(s). Don’t worry how it suppose to look or happen, just speak it, and when you least expect change it will be. Your life travels will begin to shift.

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