3 Lessons I Learned From Someone Who Ghosted Me
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3 Lessons I Learned From Someone Who Ghosted Me

Actions are better than words.

3 Lessons I Learned From Someone Who Ghosted Me

Finding your self worth is important.

1. You shouldn't have to give second chances

Second chances are necessary in life because we are all going to mess up sometimes. When I say "mess up" I mean you run late for something, you forget an important thing, or other things in that nature. Cheating and ghosting are not a "mess up" they don't happen by accident. When someone decides to ghost you they are blatantly disrespecting you.

2. You shouldn't have to beg for someones attention. 

No, we aren't doing that anymore. If someone wants your attention they will make you aware. Quit begging for theirs, you are going to find someone who gleams when they hear from you. Until you find someone who is happy to have your attention, don't settle.

3. I found my self worth.

I lost myself trying to find myself in someone who didn't see my worth. I am a kind and caring person and anyone who fails to see that is missing out.

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