“Some people think that it’s holding on that makes one strong; sometimes it’s letting go.”
“The loss of love is not nearly as painful as our resistance to accepting it is.”
“I’m going to smile and make you think I’m happy, I’m going to laugh, so you don’t see me cry, I’m going to let you go in style, and even if it kills me – I’m going to smile.”
“Pain is inevitable. Suffering is optional.”
—M. Kathleen Casey
“I don’t miss him, I miss who I thought he was.”
You know it’s time to end the relationship when:
1. He never has any money and you find yourself paying for everything all the time.
2. You avoid his calls and he avoids yours. Your both tired of the drama.
3. Every time you go out, his eyes get to wandering to the other women in the room.
4. You do more arguing then laughing. You have nothing in common anymore.
5. He stops going to church and therefore your attendance starts decreasing also.
6. He becomes controlling and manipulative.
7. You can’t ever find him because he’s always “out with his boys” with his phone off.
8. Your investing more time and energy into the relationship than your getting.
9. Your being pressured to have sex or be sexual.
10. He continues to cheat and you continue to over look it.
11. The relationship is not glorifying God at all.