If you ever find yourself in a relationship that just doesn’t hit the right spots; a relationship that just doesn’t seem to give you the kind of happiness and fulfillment that you’re looking for, then you need to be honest with yourself and just call it quits. You need to be able to muster up the courage to walk away from something that isn’t meant for you – no matter how much you might want it to be.
You shouldn’t ever have to FORCE yourself to be with a person who only brings you a lot of anxiety, doubt, and insecurity. You shouldn’t have to pretend that you’re not in pain every single time you have someone manipulate your feelings and emotions. You shouldn’t have to pretend that it doesn’t matter to you that someone is always lying to you and is always giving you false promises. You shouldn’t have to be so accepting of meaningless apologies from the same person over the same faults over and over again.
You are in no way obligated to stay in a relationship with someone just because you’ve already been together for quite a while. Remember that love isn’t something that you can measure with the length of time. Love is not something that people just automatically have just because they are in a long-term relationship. You have the right to walk away from a relationship if you know that the love just isn’t present. Because at the end of the day, you are always going to know when love in a relationship is real. In a genuinely loving relationship, there will be no sense of dishonesty, deceit, or toxicity. In a real loving relationship, there is truth, humility, and purity.
You should stop lying to yourself. Come to terms with the fact that the person that you’re with is the reason that you cry yourself to sleep every night. You don’t have to keep on maintaining a connection with someone who is so clearly just using and abusing you. You should muster up the courage to say goodbye to a relationship that is just causing so much stress in your life. You shouldn’t have to put up with being with someone who only gives you a lot of negativity, anxiety, and uncertainty.
You really don’t deserve to be with someone who is only going to have you feeling worried every time you’re together. You shouldn’t have to put up with someone who blows you off and cancels on your dates. You shouldn’t have to endure being in a relationship with someone who constantly chooses to spend time with other people over you. You shouldn’t have to deal with someone who is constantly making you wait; someone who is deliberately wasting your time just to play with your feelings. You shouldn’t have to keep wondering whether you are doing something wrong in the relationship just because your partner is so unresponsive.
You don’t deserve to be with someone who is always breaking their promises to you. You don’t deserve someone who is all talk but no actions. You have to only be in a relationship where you can demand consistency, stability, and reliability from the person you’re with. Because the truth is that all of these things come attached with love – but only when it’s true. You don’t deserve anything less than the kind of love that is honest, pure, real, and raw.
You deserve the kind of love that just kind of ignites a fire in your soul. You deserve the kind of love that actually shakes up your world. You deserve the kind of love that actually gives you a renewed perspective on life; the kind of love that makes you see the world in a whole new light. You don’t deserve to be with someone who is with someone who doesn’t complicate your life in an unnecessary manner. You don’t deserve to be with someone who is only there for you when it’s convenient. You don’t deserve a fair-weather relationship. Because at the end of the day, true love is going to endure no matter how difficult the circumstances might get.
The truth is that true love is the kind that is always surprising you – but in a good way. True love is always going to find a way to keep you interested; a way to keep you entertained. Through it all, love can mean so many things to so many different people. And you have to decide what love truly means for you. If you find that the relationship that you’re in just doesn’t meet the standards of what you deem love to be, then you shouldn’t be ashamed of walking away from it all.