Inspiration

Never Wait For Anyone - If You're Meant To Be, They'll Catch Up

When in love, it's normal to act differently, but one should never sacrifice their own life for a new partner. Your life is valuable and it's important to remember that even if the person is worth it, they shouldn't come at the cost of your own well-being.

1. Don't neglect your friends, responsibilities, and hobbies

While it's understandable to hold out hope that things may change, it's important to remember not to neglect your own life in the process. Continues to engage in activities and relationships that bring you joy and fulfillment. Stay committed to your responsibilities, and don't let them fall to the wayside. Keep living your life to the fullest and don't let this one person consume your thoughts and actions.

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2. Your self-esteem is being neglected

When you're waiting for someone, it's easy to put your own self-worth on hold. But it's important to remember that this person is not actively present in your life and it's not fair to neglect your own well-being. Take care of yourself, and make sure to actively participate in your life. Keep your self-esteem strong by engaging in activities that bring you fulfillment and joy. Don't fall into the trap of making this person the priority in your life at the expense of your own self-worth.

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3. Be careful not to let loneliness make decisions for you

It can be difficult to deal with feelings of loneliness. In an effort to alleviate these feelings, it may be tempting to hold on to someone who may not be worth it in the long run. While this may provide temporary relief, it will not truly address the loneliness you feel. Instead, try to find ways to fill that emptiness through other means, such as connecting with friends and loved ones. They can provide a sense of companionship and support, helping to alleviate feelings of isolation.

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4. Don't wait up for them to call or text

Waiting for someone's call can be unbearable. Instead of being attached to the outcome, try to detach yourself and accept whatever happens. Instead of constantly checking your phone, try to distract yourself and engage in other activities. This will help to prevent you from driving yourself crazy.

5. Stop making excuses for them

Your friends have expressed concern about your attachment to this person because they recognize that it is not healthy for you. They want you to move on, but you find yourself making excuses for your partner's lack of commitment. You may say that they are busy with work or other responsibilities, but these are just excuses. It's important to stop making them and acknowledge that this person may not be as invested in the relationship as you are. It's time to let go and move on.

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6. Things will never be different

You're holding on to the hope that things will change for the better, but the reality is that this person's availability may not change. Instead of deluding yourself, it's important to be honest with yourself and accept the current situation.

7. Look at the facts

Instead of ignoring the facts, take a step back and evaluate the situation objectively. The reality is that your partner has repeatedly let you down and not kept their promises. Use these facts as a basis for making a decision about the relationship.

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8. You're waiting for someone who will likely never arrive

You're holding out for someone who may not exist. It's important to remember that you can't change a person to fit your ideal. By waiting for this perfect person, you may be missing out on opportunities for happiness with someone who can truly meet your needs. Instead of waiting, consider actively seeking out someone who is a better match for you.

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9. You deserve better than to settle

It is important to remember that you deserve to be in a relationship that is healthy and fulfilling. If you are not aware of your own worth, know that you deserve nothing less than a respectful and loving partner. You should not settle for less and allow yourself to be treated poorly. It's time to believe in yourself and your worth, and demand the respect you deserve in a relationship.

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10. You're missing out on someone who'd treat you right

By holding on to a relationship that isn't meeting your needs, you may be missing out on the opportunity to find someone who is a better match for you. The space and time you're dedicating to someone who has consistently disappointed you could be used to build a relationship with someone who will uplift and support you. Instead of wasting time on someone who is not worth it, let go and open yourself up to the possibility of finding someone who will be there for you and won't make you wait for their attention and affection.

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