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Relationships End Because Of People Creating Problems

Updated: Dec 27, 2020

In life you have to learn the value of self and know your worth. Sometimes if you're a good person at heart. Sometimes people don't deserve you. Sometimes you have to let go of the things you've been holding on to.


Many times you may not be moving in the direction you want to go because you have something or someone in your life holding you back. They will create problems that don't exist. They drain your mental and physical. And sometimes will blame you for their failures in life. It's time to let them see what's on the other side. Don't allow anyone to make you feel worthless. I learned in life that you have to move on without people even if you love them. Can't keep holding on to dead weight. Live and love your life. People have issues from their childhood and sometimes you cannot fix it. In relationships, many issues are caused from financial difficulties.


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