A couple of weeks ago, I posted about this three-month rule that I was going through caused by some shitty relationship. And yesterday was the last day of that rule. I must say that there a lot of things that I have achieved, happy about and realized during and after that three-month period.
Achievements. First, I was able to restrain myself from getting into a relationship for the sake of just having one. Haha! Second, it has always been my goal to eliminate my beer belly and with discipline and regular workouts, I was able to do it. Yey! I also read somewhere that working out helps you get rid of all those depressions, and I can say that it really does. Next goal, have that ideal summer body. Haha! Lastly, I’m so over that person. I think even during the first month of the rule. I did say before on a text post, “I was ready to go.”
Happy. I’ve met real-life people, made new friends and hangout with them. It is something that I wasn’t able to do that much before. It’s actually pretty nice to have a lot of connections in the real world. I can also go anywhere I want and anytime, one of the perks of not having someone who would prevent you or contradict your actions. This may be unrelated but during the last two weeks of February, I was able to get another “raket” in the graphic design field.
Realizations. First thing that I realized is this, if ever I’ll get into another relationship I think I should invest more time knowing that person. Taking time than rushing things might just save you from another shitty relationship in the future. Another, if the other person doesn’t respect you anymore, then at least have some respect for yourself. If you are not happy with the relationship and believe that it can’t be worked out, just leave. Last, I realized that there are certain things that require second chances but cheating should not be one of those things. Never, ever give a second chance to those who cheat.
Not being friends with your ex is totally fine, especially if the cause of break-up is very unacceptable. That person can say words to you like “di ka makamove-on,” “bitter,” or other things that would make you feel bad for them after all those times you’ve spent together. Accept those words, and bear in mind that there are people that you just can’t be friends with anymore. It is for your own good.
I’ve learned my lessons, moved on and totally happy with my current state. So, thank you for reading this boring and quite a long post.▲13 | reblog
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