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Moving On Is A Difficult Decision, But…

Moving on is a difficult decision one has to make a few times in life. You can try to hold on to people who have walked away from you, or you can choose to create a dignified life for yourself. You can carry your mistakes with you, or you can choose to learn new things to better yourself. Eventually, moving on has nothing to do with people or what happened in the past. It has everything to do with how you REBUILD your life from this moment on.Dodinsky

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Thursday 19th of February 2015

Reblogged this on markwells74.


Tuesday 17th of February 2015

Addicted to me is good and bad. It's not alone that these lives we live as adults came into focus. Sadly enough as human beings we learn more emphatically about ourselves from the negative experiences that we have encountered. The circumstances and people that stretch our limits the most, positive or negative, will trigger the most personal growth. In a vacuum where connections to other people are absent we would literally be idiots about how our inward feelings translate to others. There is no subsistute for the learning that occurs when we emotionally connect with another person. If we are closed we are done. Without each other we are blind to our own bs! It's knowing who you are and what matters to you no matter who you find yourself with that determines the outcome of each relationship. Sacrificing too much is not a badge of honor its a pit of spikes that we inadvertently placed in the future to impale ourselves upon.

Know thy self while truly knowing others! Speaking up for your needs can create the necessary balance for a healthy relationship. Be it friend, family or lover.

Give too much and we find ourselves getting less and less in return.


Tuesday 17th of February 2015

I'm an advocate for allowing yourself some time alone before moving on to something or someone else. We all need some time for personal refletion.


Monday 16th of February 2015

wow i love this blog

Roger Tharpe

Monday 16th of February 2015


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