Dear Ones -
Let's do this.
Let's say our goodbyes to 2016.
But let's think for a moment, really seriously, about HOW we're going to say our goodbyes to 2016.
The easiest and least thoughtful way to do it is by saying, "F*ck you, 2016!" — which I keep hearing people say...
And listen, I GET IT.
It's been a hell of a year. I won't review the major facts on a global level, because
It's time to exhale.
After all, it has been a long year. And we've had our breaths baited for too much of it. So take a moment. Get comfortable. Sink into yourself. And allow yourself permission to let go. Uncurl your fingers. Slow your breath. Loosen your grasp on the anger you've held onto, and forgive yourself for what you didn't get right this year.
- Forgive yourself for trusting the wrong person. You couldn't have predicted the future and you owed it to yourself
Here's the truth...
Being pretty doesn't keep a man. Being honest doesn't keep a man. Being loyal doesn't keep a man. Treating a man good doesn't keep a man. Being there for a man doesn't keep a man.
Caring about a man doesn't keep a man. Making an effort doesn't keep a man. Paying attention to a man doesn't keep a man. Spending time with a man doesn't keep a man.
You could have the best intentions, you could have the most sincere feelings, and you could
Life has trained you to push yourself as far as you can to realize your dreams, but sometimes, things don't work out the way you planned them. Emotions rise, morale drops, and as much as you want to try, you learn that there are certain walls that you can't break and mountains that you can't scale; it's then that your gut tells you that the best course of action is to give up and let go.
In a competitive society, giving up is often seen as a lack of perseverance, or something to
Relationships take a lot of work, but when I found you - the one that opened my eyes, opened my heart, and opened a door to a whole new world full of possibilities without limitations; everything with you and this relationship seemed to just come naturally and everything fell right into place. But why do I still need that extra dose of reassurance?
This type of reassurance doesn't mean I don't trust you, believe in you, or think things will forever be the same. But rather, this reassurance