There’s Light at the End of the Tunnel

If you are reading this, I bet you have been through a whole lot of shit in your life.  That is unless you are under 18 years old and/or lying.   We all have, and most likely it’s not your fault.  Still, you carry these burdens around with you subconsciously.

Ironically, I have found that the best way to find out all of your faults, is to break up with someone.  They let you know all of the things that are wrong with you for free!  I was reminded of this when I recently spoke with a friend who is recovering from a break up.  He was telling me how selfish she was and how she had hurt him for a long time until they ultimately split up.  I was sad to see how much pain was in his eyes when he spoke to me about it.  Don’t allow other people to get in your head!

I bet there is some truth to the things they say about you.  Embrace this feedback as you will be able to look in the mirror later on and determine how to change for the better.  At the same time, remember that the facts are likely exaggerated while emotions are high.

That said, don’t forget the great qualities about yourself.  Those negative comments tell only a small part of who you are.  Don’t forget to remind you about the other facts.   Accept that the relationship ended, and it sucks.   Then focus on getting back on your feet.  You are a great person and deserve to bounce back and find happiness.  There are roughly 7.4 billion people on Earth.   No need to lose your self confidence because 1 person couldn’t see you value. 

Never stop believing in yourself!  Talk to you soon 🙂

-Dan Sims 

5 thoughts on “There’s Light at the End of the Tunnel

  1. What one says about others is a true reflection of ones self. Lies come in a pretty package only seeking to destroy. The Good Shepherd knows His sheep and will call them by name. We only need to love Jesus and in turn become a ray of his love. It starts in the home and that is where the heart is.

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