The cliché “there are plenty more fish in the sea” serves quite a significant purpose when it’s time to move on to bigger and better things. There are many girls out there who hold on to someone or something out of fear of losing the comfort and care they once received. But what’s the point when that feeling of respect has vanished?
Ladies and gents, if it’s been longer than a month of the same song and dance, after failed attempts to speak your mind, it’s time to pack up and go. It’s not worth your time, and you should not be wasting it.
Time should not be consumed hoping, worrying and wondering why certain expectations are not met. Chances are, after conversations to make things work in your favor fail, they will not be changing anytime soon. Why wait around for things to change when what needs to be different is within yourself, not someone else.
Many people underestimate themselves, allowing the insecurity of being alone overpower the disappointment they’re fighting inside. This not only goes for relationships, but all difficult situations that won’t change for the better after trying to make it work. Sometimes the best and only thing to do is walk the other way without turning back. An impact like that usually sparks a change that wouldn’t have been made otherwise.
The first day is always the hardest but the days following get easier. DO NOT self talk yourself as a failure, disappointment or letdown unless you want the rest of the world to see that pessimism radiate from you. Hold your head high, and know things have to get broken before they can be mended.