If it doesn’t serve you, let it go.

Dating is a game & I’m pretty competitive at games. I also like to play by the rules and call people out who try and bend the rules or cheat.

Perhaps this is why I’m not very good at dating. We talk, meet, get along, see each other for a bit, and then the crickets happen. Meaning, the diminishing conversations begin.

Is it something in me which changes? Do I let my guard down too soon, reveal too much & ultimately make myself at home, when in fact I’m still a visitor?

I could analyze situations and come up
with a million different reasons about why things aren’t going the way I had hoped, but what is the purpose of that.

I play the dating game fair: when I’m into a guy my focus is on him & I’m
Not interested in getting to know any others. However, I don’t think males play by this rule I created.

When I’m not into someone, I’ll let him know.

My gut tells me the guy I’m currently seeing, let’s call him Piccolo, is not much into me anymore and stringing me along for his convenience.

Regardless of the “why” I need to listen to my gut, & let this go.

This means:
I need to stop chasing,
I deserve a man to come to me, want me, desire me.

It’s hard not to pick up the phone and
call Piccolo.

Dear divinity, please help me. This situation does not serve me & I need the strength to let go.

AFFIRMATION
I forgive you Piccolo & I release you to
the universe.

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Published by Vanessa

I've always wanted to be a writer. Here goes!

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