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In this blog, you'll be reading about the experiences I went through, some that even pushed me over the edge and into a dark level, and others that ended up lifting my spirit and made me triumph in the end; some will just be about some of the best experiences I've ever had. I will be updating this blog over the course of time, and most likely, I'll be sharing most of (if not all) the experiences that stood out in my life as well as the thoughts I have had in my head from time to time. Feel free to read through my documented Batcave entries.
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Posted June 2nd 2019 at 04:08 AM by CrusadingAvenger

You thought the person you had in your life
was everything you ever wanted.

You thought the person you had in your life
would never betray you and be there for you.

You thought the person you had in your life
loved you as much as you loved them,
that you were willing to do whatever it takes
to keep the relationship alive and going.

Then, you happen to find out they ghosted you.

They stopped talking to you.

They stopped answering your calls and texts.

They break up with you without an explanation,
with no decency to say it to your face but instead
over a phone screen with long paragraphs.

You panic and freak out. You start to break down and cry.

You search through every text message, recall
every past moment you shared with that person
to see where things could’ve gone wrong.

But sometimes, there isn’t an explanation.

Sometimes people leave because you were
never a priority in their life to begin with.

If you mattered, they would’ve made the time,
they wouldn’t second guess it, you wouldn’t have
to feel like you’re fighting so hard for their attention,
to feel like you’re fighting so hard for their time.

I want you to know that it’s okay.

It happens to everyone.

However, instead of using apps to find true love,
to find true friends, go to every public place
to attempt to meet potential friends or a potential
love interest and build all of these relationships,
how about building a relationship with yourself?

You spend so much of your time looking for happiness
in the next person you meet that you’re forgetting
to be the kind of person that makes you happy.

Spend some time alone with yourself.

It doesn’t mean you stop caring, that you
build a wall to isolate yourself from everyone.

Being alone means having the opportunity to
find your worth, to find the values you hold dear
to your heart, and to find the very things that make
you come alive. Build yourself up.

Just because you see so many others, whether they
be your peers or complete strangers seem so happy
with the group or the partner they’re with, it doesn’t
mean that all is sunshine and rainbows all the time.

Being surrounded by the wrong crowd, being in a
relationship with the wrong person is the loneliest
thing in the world, and you will feel like you don’t matter
to anyone. You will end up questioning your worth,
causing you to develop a skewed perception of yourself and of life.

Be willing to take the high road.

It’s going to be scary at first but in the long run,
you will thank yourself for doing this.

Be wise enough to wait for the people you deserve
in your life instead of settling for whoever comes your way.

True friends and true love you should never have to chase.
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