Ending this chapter:

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I’m about to do the hardest thing I ever had to do. I’m closing the chapter on someone who I love my dad. I have forgiven him for all the hurt and disappointments, but it’s time to close this chapter in my life. I don’t think my heart can take it anymore. As much as I love my dad and want a relationship with him I think it’s better to close this chapter of my life. At some point, you have to acknowledge that the other person matters to you and you want them in your life. I don’t get that at all. At some point, you have to care about yourself enough to close the chapter and move on. Maybe one day that person will change and show you that you are important and that they care, but until then the chapter needs to end. So today I’m ending that chapter. With tears in my eyes I know it’s the right thing to do. Life is to short not to care about myself. Have you ever closed a chapter in your life?

6 thoughts on “Ending this chapter:

  1. Closing a chapter with many unanswered questions and unresolved issues is brave. However, parents are not perfect people but, you have to stop the bleeding when there are too many repeated disappointments and lies. When parents fail at what God and society expect from them you have to close the chapter and allow our Heavenly Father to heal your hurts, comfort your soul and fill the pages of your life with love, joy and peace.

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