Time out:

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Like season we all have to change. I have been trying to heal from the death of my great uncle. But more than that I feel like I’m in a place where I like to be alone. I’m tired of reaching out to others in their time of need. I’m focused on myself and what I need right now. There seem to be so many couples getting a divorce and this has been heavy on my heart because I don’t ever want to go through that. But my heart is heavy because no matter how much I try people will always try to bring me down. I have to let some people go in this season because I just can’t be in a place where it’s okay for them to have an opinion of my life. I’m tired of being the person that I use to be. I’m about to be the person that I need to be in this season of my life. It hurts when you can’t grieve and people don’t understand why you need to. I don’t understand why people feel like you have to have it all together all the time. I don’t and I probably won’t for a while. I won’t be blogging as much because I need to heal and get myself together.

4 thoughts on “Time out:

  1. Hello! I’m sorry for the loss of your great uncle! The season of separation or letting people go isn’t easy. I went through that the past 2 years and it was difficult but I know not everyone is supposed to be present for the next season of elevation. Sending hugs you way. God bless.

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  2. Sorry for your loss, I haven’t dealt with much grief but from observation of others i empathise that it cannot be easy. Good luck on your journey to finding peace in solitude. I relate to being the one that always reaches out to people in time of need. Sometimes you have to distance or cut people off. As idealistic as it sounds as you continue to blossom your tribe will find you. And people serve their purpose sometimes for just a season. Knowing when to let them go is hard. Love yourself first

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