A love that tears you down… isn’t really love. Love… you.http://www.guidedbylea.com
To make excuses for someone else’s behaviour… is doing just that… excusing their behaviour. They need to be accountable and make the changes for themselves.
When someone has caused you pain in your life, mentally or physically with their actions or words, they have to respect your space and time to heal for as long as it takes. It is your decision on whether you move forward with or without them after this
If someone gives you a reason not to trust them, listen to your self, focus on you, so you can move on… and put your energy into building you up and not letting them bring you down.
Why invest your valuable time and money in quick fixes? Has any of the quick fixes you’ve ever tried worked for you yet? If they had, you wouldn’t still need one now. Anything worth having or doing for yourself takes time and patience, invest in this instead and finding the right way that will work for you.
Some relationships are just not right for you, right now.
It’s time to give to you… nurture yourself, love yourself and believe in yourself. Make the changes you need to get to where you want to be and invest in the right support that will get you there. You are worth it.
A family title does not define entlitlement to your love or how close a relationship should or will be, whether it’s a partner, sibling, parent, auntie or uncle. Only how much love, respect, support and time you give to eachother can define the quality of your relationship.
If you don’t deal with your issues, you won’t have healthy relationships… even the good ones will be hard to have, because they require you to be open, honest, and love yourself, so that you can recieve and give love to the other person.
When you fight for you, you fight for the child you were and the person you are now.