Walk Away…

Sarah Centrella

Author | Life Coach | Motivational Speaker and single mama. I'm a chick on a mission to prove anything is possible for ANYONE. My story featured in the New York Times, Steve Harvey Show and NBC.

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10 Responses

  1. R. Ramesh says:

    reality bites indeed..and sometimes nastily..but i think after the injury heals and fresh wind blows, we realise..wahhh…v r winners..smell the roses..enjoy life..best wishes friend:)

  2. Blubtrflygrl says:

    As I get older, I realize the circle of who I care about gets smaller and smaller.

    And you know what? That’s okay!!! Less stress and I love not having to worry about too much ;).

    • it is so true. I think as we grow we gravitate toward the people in our lives who love us without condition and who think like we do, and we have less tolerance for drama and pain. We get to a place were we realize that life is short and that we deserve to be happy. That choosing our happiness and sanity is more important than fighting for relationships (family included) if they don’t bring us peace and happiness. Sometimes it’s better to just walk away.

  3. Anonymous says:

    i find all this really inspirations. im in love with a guy who honestly thinks he is playing me for a fool. im trying to just let go. hes been a part of my life for almost half of it and i care about him so much and thought he did to but come to find out hes “in love” with my best friend. its a tough pill to swallow and definitely hurts but im trying really hard to not waste my time on someone who doesnt want me. this gives me the inspiration to realize that if im not worth it to him then he isnt worth it at all. i believe everyone deserves to be treated like a princess and id rather wait for my prince then be stuck with a douche bag.

    • I’m so happy it’s given you inspiration to let him go, if there’s one thing i’ve learned the last 5 years it’s that we should never fight for someone who walks away from us. Save that energy for the one who wont leave.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Hi Sarah, thanks a lot for your published Story. I am from Germany and have the same Story as you: 14 years relationships, twins, he left me last year Christmas…I just try to survive the pain of losing his love… How did you manage this pain in your heart? How long did it take time to “forgive” him a Little? What do you feel today when you are thinking about your ex-husbund? Thanks for more tips and your thoughts…that give me power that I am not alone with my Situation in the whole earth…

    • Hi there, thanks for sharing your story, and I’m so sorry to hear about what happened to you as well. Unfortunately the way our marriage ended was so abrupt and full of anger and bitterness on both sides that it’s been a difficult situation ever since. It probably took me about 6 months before I could even begin to focus on anything else, and about a year until I really began building my own life without him (I’d done that in a physical sense immediately, but I mean mentally). After that first year when I realized I could have a better more fulfilled happier life without him, I basically never looked back. I haven’t missed him at all for years. He never even crosses my mind, and there is no love between us at all other than for our children’s sake. It really is true that time heals all wounds… it will heal yours too if you let it.

    • Marina says:

      Thank you Sarah for answering! Good to know that in 6 monthes will be better with my pain. I loved him so much, but after the birth of twins (my lovely daugthers are 3 years old) it was not enough for him. I just thinking every day about was happen but I can not change my Situation at the moment. And as you did I realised that I manifested this Situation in my live. After reading you blog I started with LOA and visualisation board (you know I have the Picture of you with Kids as the wish to drink with you a Cup of coffee someday …love this idea 🙂 ) I will tell you about my manifistaions… I wish you power for your Kids and you, thanks for sharing your Story that inspiried a lot of People and I belief I will read a new Story of your new love / Soul mate soon….All the best from Germany, Marina

    • awe I love that idea Marina!!! and I love coffee, so let’s manifest it! 🙂

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