You Are Valuable
This is a MUST READ!
(Read the whole blog with an open mind please)
You are more than the person that you think you are. Yes, you, Please start giving yourself the credit that you actually deserve! You allow yourself to settle for entirely way too much. I'm not judging you, but I'm helping you become more aware of yourself and your actions. (That was me talking to the old me at one point) Also, that's me talking to you if you need to hear it!
Everything is a choice right? Think about a time that you've settled for something, whether it was a relationship, friendship, job or even food from a restaurant. How did it make you feel? No I'm not saying that we have never settled for something, but I want you to realize your worth and your potential. The moment you start believing and seeing your own worth, things will change.
Transparent Moment: There was this one time when I was in a relationship and it was amazing, well, kind of. It was a cool relationship and I learned a lot about myself as well as the other person. They treated me well up until a point where I got cheated on. Once I found out, I was like "Oh naaaaah". So I left for a few days and then of course went right back. Time progressed, we got better in our relationship and then I got cheated on again. At that point I really left, but I came right back after some time. We didn't get back together, but we were still "talking" and it was a soul tie. Eventually the soul tie was broken, but so was I, well at least I felt like it.
The process of actually "breaking up my heart from theirs" was extremely rough, but I did it. I did it because they were talking to someone else and still trying to have me around because they know my feelings were heavily involved. That was so messed up right? After we finally separated from each other, I realized that I was at my lowest point and God had to build me back up. I made a vow to myself to never get that low again; to never allow someone else to control my emotions in the way that my x did. It was so many years ago, but I needed that relationship to teach me a few things as well as understand my value/self-worth.
Listen, we don't always do what is right, but the moment we own up to our "mistakes or downfalls", is the moment we can really begin to move forward. None of us are perfect, but it is important to become more aware of self. Lets go reflect.