Don’t Try To Fix The Past

I feel like I have been stuck in purgatory for the last 7 months. The pain and grief has been agonizing. I truly thought I lost the love of my life, my soulmate and it was devastating. But I know now he is too scared, too weak and too much a fool to ever be worthy of my love and devotion. He will probably never break free of the friggid narcissist’s hold. He will waste years trying to get blood (and sex) from a stone. It’s time to let go of the past, turn the page and start a new chapter in my life. I might have forgotten for a few days but now I’m back. And guess what? That’s right. I am going where the love is 🙂

Positive Outlooks Blog

Sometimes you just have to turn the page to realize there’s more to your book of life than the page you’re stuck on. Stop being afraid to move on. Close this chapter of hurt, and never re-read it. It’s time to get what your life deserves, and move on from the things that don’t deserve you. Don’t try to fix what’s been broken in your past, let your future create something better. — Trent Shelton

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8 thoughts on “Don’t Try To Fix The Past

  1. bipolarsojourner says:

    how come sometimes the pages seem to be glued together, making it difficult to turn the page or even worse, heavier then lead,bricks? seemingly, i’ve experienced both.

    thankfully, for me, the pages are now becoming easier to turn.

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