You’re Helping To Nurse Their Old Broken Heart
Ever been that person that was damn near perfect, according to your prospective boo, but because of the pain inflicted by a previous girlfriend or boyfriend, you’re stuck in one place and don’t seem to be moving forward? That is indeed an excuse used hardcore by people who are afraid to commit to someone. While in many cases, it’s a good one, it shouldn’t hold someone back for too long. If you’re waiting around for someone more than a year to get over an old heartbreak, you need to let them do that ish alone so you can find someone who won’t play with your emotions and your time.
Ever found yourself in the gray zone? Did you get out of it with a relationship or single again?
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