He doesn’t always make all the mistakes, we all make mistakes, she makes some too.
Popular opinion is usually that it’s him, not you but sometimes sis, it’s us, we know, just keeping it real here.
Well, look who’s not getting all defensive, you grown girl! High five!
Okay, so the relationship went under and you realize the part you played, though you did your best to work things out, for some reasons ‘things’ did not cooperate with you and the relationship ended anyway. What to do? What to know?
LET IT GO; You tried, you really tried (I know, been there, done that, ain’t got a t-shirt though) you apologized, tried to make amends but they made their choice, it’s okay, don’t hold it against them. Look at it this way, do you really want someone who doesn’t want you (anymore)? You don’t want to be fighting for the relationship alone, they should at least meet you half way or quarter way or less (since it was you not him), you don’t want to be in a relationship where it feels like someone is doing you a favor by staying with you, so let it go and move on, there’s someone out there who will obtain favor just by finding you.
YOU ARE STILL WORTH IT; Your mistakes do not define you, don’t let them confine you. You are not worthless because you made a mess, it’s what you did, not who you are, “for a righteous man (woman) falls seven times & rises again…” (Proverbs 24:16) (Parenthesis added by me) What happened? He fell. Who fell? A righteous man. He wasn’t described as a fallen man because he fell. You see?
RISE AGAIN, BEGIN AGAIN; God’s grace is available to help us change for the better, so begin again, stronger, wiser, more mature, equipped with lessons to do better next time.
THERE WILL BE A NEXT TIME; “ Behold, I will do a new thing…” (Isaiah 49:19) Perhaps, you went through all of that to prepare you to for it, the new thing, so don’t fret, God’s got you, trust Him, love yourself, live your life and don’t settle, when it’s time, the Lord will make it happen.
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