Making the right decisions for me and my children.

Making the right decisions for me and my children.

The past few months have been a complete whirlwind for me. Changes, changes, and more changes. This blog will simply be a release for me to let go of things that I ponder over daily. Some things that I have learned or done lately to stay afloat, save my sanity, and continue to provide stability for myself and my children has been a true journey so far. However, I don’t regret any decisions I have made because in the end I deserve the best,and that is what I am determined to get.


Ok so I know that we all deal with changes and disappointments and to be honest that is what I keep telling myself. So Let’s not lay in the broken heartness, anger, or betrayal of it all. Simply take the lessons you and I have learned and just pick yourself up and move on gracefully. Yes I do still have my days of sadness but at the end of the day that sadness is not going to pay my bills, keep my children fed, or keep my businesses going.
We all wonder if the people who have wronged us think about us at all. The answer is yes. Maybe their pride keeps them from letting us know how they truly feel. Maybe their narcissist mentality keeps them from connecting because they have issues that they have not dealt with in the past. Whether you want to agree or not its not our responsibility to figure that out.
Talking with my friends have helped me. Not because they caudle me or make me feel that I am right. ” Oh no these are not the types of friends I have.” (Sorry guys and gals) My friend group is sometimes painfully brutal. There are no yes-men in this circle of friends.

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I honestly think that is why we are friends. Because we are not followers in any aspect of our lives. We don’t have to be around each other daily or talk on the phone 24/7. However, if a phone call is made the whole group is there in a flash.

It’s ok to not be ok

One thing that I have come to understand is that it is ok to not be ok all the time. The changes that come from life’s storms sometimes debilitate you and its ok to say “I’m not ok today” or “I don’t want to be social today”. It’s ok to cry.
With that in mind after all of these things, the most important thing to remember is that the person that you are no longer with is not a life organ. You were not born with them. They don’t pump the blood that flows through your body, they don’t make the sun or moon rise.

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