Tuesday 21 October 2014

Break-up truths!

I see so many posts and videos about break-ups, some offering advice, some simply sharing their stories. Sometimes it's good advice, sometimes bad. I've seen friends go through break-ups which have really knocked them.

Firstly, it's not the end of the world. I promise. No matter how hard it seems right now, you may think you'll never get over them, that there is no one better. I promise that's not true. Everything happens for a reason, it may not feel that now but the future will be much better than the past ever was.

That also being said, if he cheated you deserve better, don't beg for him back. His loss, end of. Trust if very important and if chose to break that then he probably wasn't thinking of you. 

A lot of the time it's been building up, whether it be with you or your partner.

I was in a relationship with a guy for around 3 years as a young teenager, I thought he was my world, my only and I was in 'love'. He cheated, a lot. The amount of tears I cried for that guy, I swear they would've filled a river. I took him back more times that I can every remember let alone count. One day something snapped, I realised I deserved a billions better. I ended it, got rid of all contact and got on with my life. Saw friends I hadn't seen in months, spent time with family. Got on with my life, happily. I realised I couldn't change him, and he didn't want to become a better person so I had to let go.

It wasn't one particular thing that ended us, I'd simply had enough. Since that moment I've been confident enough in myself that no one will ever treat me that way again. I was a shadow of my former self. 

That being said I still give relationships my all, my current boyfriend and I have been together a year on Friday and things are going great. I can't let the past relationships determine how this one turns out.  

What I'm trying to say is never let anyone have control over you, whether it be with your love for them or them simply telling you what you can and can't do. You deserve to be happy, whether that be with or without a guy and you deserve to do whatever makes you happy! If that means going out with your friends, or spending time with your partner. Be your own person and don't let a break-up, break you! :)

I kinda feel like this post is a bit of a blur but hopefully it's helpful!

Love Sarah

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