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Walk away from anything that gives you bad vibes. There is no need to explain or make sense of it. It’s your life. Do what makes you happy.

Walk away from anything that gives you bad vibes. There is no need to explain or make sense of it. It's your life. Do what makes you happy. And that's why some people had to be let go. Just got bad vibes and I don't need that in MY life.

Find a man who's worthy of you, don't look for your worth in a man.

"You don't find your worth in a man. You find your worth within yourself… and then find a man who's worthy of you. Remember that." So please don't try to seek out your worth in approval from a man & own his personal opinion, because he's only human.

The Moment You Feel Like You Have To Prove Your Worth To Someone Is The Moment To Absolutely And Utterly Walk Away

"The moment you feel like you have to prove your worth to someone is the moment to ABSOLUTELY and utterly walk away." ~ Alysia Harris (Even though I've been heart broken ever sense I broke up with (him) it was the bet thing I ever done to help me) ~Ness~

To whomever is reading this. You are an amazing, incredible, beautiful, unique, one of a kind person my friend, you deserve to be with someone who is proud to have you, loves you, respects you and will treat you right. Never forget this or doubt it o.k. gorgeous because it's the truth. Trust me on this, you deserve it.

I'm so glad I am. So glad my husband doesn't have to hide my face in photos. Because he is ashamed to be with me. He is proud of who he married and wouldn't dare hide my face especially in photos.

How to hopefully avoid getting court & trapped in toxic relationships. Remain openly vigilant to warning signs & red flags that become exposed during the progression of your relationship; please don't just let them slide. You deserve to treated right, be properly appreciated, cared for respected & loved. Have courage & be strong enough to walk away. You need to leave, if it's unhealthy manipulative neglectful environment. You - nobody else. Companion quote to "What you allow is what will…

We end up in toxic relationships because we don't stand up for ourselves early on when red flags occur. At some point you have to develop healthy barriers for how you're going to be treated; you're responsible for your experience, nobody else is.