Take a line from a song that you love or connect with. Now forget the song, and turn that line into the title or inspiration for your post.
Have you ever relied on someone to make your life decisions? If so, then you surely know the feelings that follow the action. Who ever you put your faith and trust in becomes your perfect drug. When you rely on someone too much, you suddenly start to need them on a daily basis. They become your addiction, you need them and you need to have them by your side 24/7. Suddenly, one day you wake up and start to realize you truly have an addiction to a person. You don’t believe it and you just brush off the thought but the more the day progresses the more you think about it. It’s starting to make more and more sense. An addiction is an addiction no matter to who or what it is. This person is manipulating you by your own hand. When they are gone you feel hopeless and empty. When it reaches that stage you should start finding a hobby or activity. If you like to read books, perhaps you should try writing a novel, biographies, essays. If you like music, try writing songs about how you’re feeling, learn a musical instrument like guitar or piano. The reason you need to do that is to replace a bad habit with a good or better one. If you are going through a situation and realize you need them, pause and go do one of those activities until the feeling of needing them passes. You have to be positive that you don’t need them to make decisions and you don’t need them to live your own life. You also have to see that you are placing a large burden on their back, you expect them to put their world on hold for you. Friends will always, always, always be there for you but they don’t want to have to feel like they are in charge of two different lives. The points I’ve made are important but the most important is to never ever bring yourself down. You made a mistake, don’t hate yourself over it. Like every other human being in the world you makes mistakes. Some may be hard to fix or even impossible but learn from things you’ve done wrong. Let it go and move on. I believe we all have the strength to remember our faults yet still be capable of moving forward. Feel the need to grow and be, in order to life a life full of promises. Love yourself and those around you,