What I’ve Learned in the Past Six Months|Moving On


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What I have learned in the past 6 months of seperation.  Trust your gut, it never lies.  Stay true to yourself, and your beliefs.  If someone wants to change you, it’s probably them that need the  changing.  Learn to let go.  When all else fails, pray.  Ask for help.  Blood is thicker than water.  Beware of fair weather friends.  People show their true colors when a crisis hits, a good esy to weed out the users and fakes.  Don’t break the law, (even if it’s justified) unless you want to go to jail and be in court for the rest of your life.  Don’t count on anyone else to make your dreams a reality.  While your busy making theirs come true, yours will collect dust.  You can’t change people, you can only change yourself.  A miserable person is incapable of being happy, they will just drag you and anyone else they’re with down.  You’re only as good as the company you keep.  Bad things happen to good people.  It’s how you play the hand you’re delt.  Life is short, how you treat people everyday counts.  You will only get what you give.  Those who don’t learn from history are doomed to repeat it.  Kids are like their parents, behave the way you want them to behave (even when they’re not looking)  It ALWAYS could be worse.  It ALWAYS could be better.  Wear lipstick.  Be greatful.  Learn to let go. If someone is accusing you of crazy things, they’re probably the guilty party.  There are other fish in the sea, lots! I deserve love, truth, and respect.   Focusing on myself is not selfish, it’s a nessessity.  I am much stronger then I ever believed.  Progress not perfection. Hug, kiss, and love the people who love you EVERYDAY!  Denial is a powerful thing, acceptance is hard.  Karma is a biatch.  Kids laughter is the best medicine. DREAM BIG!

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