Breaking up is hard to do.

Hello lovely people,

I really wasn’t sure if I wanted to write about this.  It’s personal and painful.  I could go on about the reason why I didn’t want to write this blog post.  However, there are a few things that I feel I do need to address.  I haven’t been able to write about anything else.  It’s been about a month since my last blog post.  Every time I sat down to write I would start to do a product review, or just my thoughts on a certain topic, but it didn’t feel right.  I want this blog to be as authentic as possible.  I want those of you who follow this to really know me.  So as I would attempt to write about other things, my mind would always wander back to this.

The first is that it’s tough.  The real world isn’t bikinis and sunsets all the time.  It’s just not realistic.  I’ve been focusing on self love and self improvement because although it may seem like I’m trying to inspire others I’m really trying to inspire myself.  Breaking up really is hard to do.  Whether you’ve been together for 3 years or 3 months it’s still something that was once a huge part of your life that is missing.  So while a lot of you may think that everything is fine, it’s not.  There are days when I am in fact happy and up beat but there are also other days where I’m curled up in a ball stress eating while binge watching Netflix.

The second is that you don’t have to hate your ex, I don’t.  Sometimes things just don’t work out.  Sometimes the timing is off and maybe in a different time and place things would be perfect.  There’s no point in having negative feelings towards your ex.  I’m sure at one point they made you the happiest you had ever been.  People need time to grow and be themselves as an individual and there’s nothing wrong with that.  Personally I’m 20 years old.  My life has barely begun, I don’t know what I want to do with my life or who I want to be.  Don’t discount a relationship just because the current situation didn’t work out.

The last is that in time, things will be okay.  Whether you’re meant to be with that person later in life, or you’re meant to be with someone else, you will be okay.  You’ll heal, you’ll become a better person because of it.  You’ll look back and realize the mistakes you made, what you liked and what you didn’t.  I truly believe that what is meant to be, will be.  I know that sounds cliche, obviously relationships are work but you also don’t want to force something to the point where it self destructs.  Everything happens for a reason and you just have to trust that if you work for love, love will come.

So to wrap this post up, I’ll leave you with this:  “Someday all the love you have given away, will find it’s way back to you to finally stay”



Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

Blog at

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: