Should I Stay or Should I Go Now?

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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  1. Anonymous says:

    I love what you said about believing in marriage, but not believing in prison. Marriage should be two people working together for a common goal, not one person keeping another under his or her thumb.
    This was a good blog post for me because it caused me to examine myself and my own happiness. Actually, Im very happy w every aspect of my life. The only thing missing is the man. I LOVE where I live. At age 39, I left my job and the life I knew and moved to Va Beach and I live right on the ocean front. It had been my dream to live on a beach and now that this dream is fulfilled, I don’t want to give it up.
    Where your blog post comes in handy is that I need to be honest about what I would do if I met a man who wanted me to move. Its one thing to move when you’re young and not settled, but another thing when you’re older and very settled. Since I’ve lived here, I’ve dated several guys and had one serious relationship where the man required, yes, required, that I move. With this guy, it was about control, as in, he wanted to see if he could make me move or if I’d choose him over where I lived. Well, I still live here and he’s not here, so you can see what I chose! I do see how many of my decisions have kept me single, but I’d rather be single and have peace than b miserable with someone.
    Like you said, we only get one shot at life. My childhood w psychotic, religious freak emotionally unstable parents was an 18 year prison. Now Im free from that and the idea of another prison (as in marriage) scares me to death so at this time, I am embracing my happiness alone. Rhonda

  2. I was once told to, “Bloom where you are planted.” This little saying has really changed my perspective on life. I’ve lived many, many places, and one thing I know is that yes, it’s nice to be in a location where you feel happy. Change is really hard. However, it is YOUR decision to be happy and to bloom where you are planted 🙂
    Now that being said, if you CAN move and you WANT to move….then do it!! You deserve happiness in your life!!
    Thanks for the blog!!

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