Let Go, and Move On

I don’t know a better way to display this title other than what it says. I bet some of you are wondering why I chose this photo for this specific blog post. This picture right here really signifies how I feel at this current moment. For once in my life I feel so free. I feel happy and at peace of all things. I removed bad toxins, and energy. I put my best foot forward and I realized my WORTH. That’s so important. Knowing your value. Whether that means to remove toxic relationships with friends or family.

I battled this for a very long time. I was so depressed, sad and just felt alone. Nothing made sense. Everyday I would feel like no one loved me. The friends I thought loved me and were in my corner never seemed to show that I was important. I would reach out and wouldn’t even get a response. Do you know how that could make a person feel? It’s like all of those years of building a connection was a complete waste. Important? I felt at no capacity. I was forgotten about in so many ways. My heart was broken, and I tried to display an apathetic feeling but I could’nt even fake it. I was hurt and it took a toll on me for a very long time where my energy reflected and my whole vibe and interaction was off. We need friends to ignite that part of our brain that makes us feel good. I needed that increase of belonging and purpose. A friend to help me cope with certain traumas.

I was feeling so bad for myself. It’s a sad reality that there are times we just have to let go, and move on. This goes for romantic partnerships, work situations, living conditions, and professional relationships. It’s that tough situation of balance between perseverance and self-preservation. Realize what’s important and what makes you happy. It gets difficult when you have to recognize when it’s just time to say goodbye. I’m a good person. With a pure heart. And sweet spirit. I deserve better. In every aspect. And you do as well!

“Yesterday is not ours to recover, but tomorrow is ours to win or lose.