Baphiwe Mxotwa
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Don't let the 'old you' boss the 'new you' around. Be better than you were before!

Don't let the 'old you' boss the 'new you' around. Be better than you were before!

"And maybe, for now, a happy ending doesn't include a relationship. Maybe it's you, on your own, picking up the pieces and starting over, freeing yourself up for something better in the future. May...

"And maybe, for now, a happy ending doesn't include a relationship. Maybe it's you, on your own, picking up the pieces and starting over, freeing yourself up for something better in the future. May...

~Walking away is the best option to start brand new life. Feel the refresh and leave behind what had been fooled you. Some people don't know how the real love feel because they don't love themselves enough and unappreciative inner self. But you do, so love yourself enough to say "enough" and move on~

~Walking away is the best option to start brand new life. Feel the refresh and leave behind what had been fooled you. Some people don't know how the real love feel because they don't love themselves enough and unappreciative inner self. But you do, so love yourself enough to say "enough" and move on~

Stop ignoring actions and trusting words. Stop giving your all to a person who gives you nothing. Stop hanging on to someone who has let go of you. Stop expecting change from a person who doesn’t want to be changed. Stop letting the fear of loneliness cause you to settle for less than what you deserve. Stop letting the wrong reasons keep you in a relationship that isn’t right for you. Stop breaking your own heart. — Trent Shelton

Stop ignoring actions and trusting words. Stop giving your all to a person who gives you nothing. Stop hanging on to someone who has let go of you. Stop expecting change from a person who doesn’t want to be changed. Stop letting the fear of loneliness cause you to settle for less than what you deserve. Stop letting the wrong reasons keep you in a relationship that isn’t right for you. Stop breaking your own heart. — Trent Shelton