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It’s not that I don’t care. I can’t care.

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Originally posted 7/25/17. Reblogged for 2/6/19 WOTD: toxic

Don't Forget the Half

emptyBeing that person so many come to looking for advice, it’s easy to get caught up in the problems of others and neglect taking care of your own. Putting effort into understanding a friend’s issues or family drama is time consuming, but you put in the work because that’s just who you are: the understanding one; the one who bridges gaps between people because you listen to both sides; the one who always offers a shoulder upon which to cry; the one who is there for every grieving moment, trying to ease the pain; the one who listens without judgment. You’re also the one who cries at home alone when it’s time for folks to reciprocate such caring behavior because none of them take time to appreciate what you’re going through.

There’s a breaking point for everyone in every situation they experience. I don’t think it’s healthy to always reach that point…

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You know, writing about myself has always been a challenge. It's not that I'm unsure of who I am, but rather that I like people to discover me on their own. I will tell you this much - I'M REAL! I guess that's all you need to know for your first approach. From that point you'll understand the power behind such a statement. If you're interested in what I do, that's another story. I embrace life to live my purpose: I treat self, I mother, I friend; I laugh, I cry, I support; I love, I like, I admire. I'm passionate about everything associated with "home." My motto: 'If you don't have TGIHome moments every day, you ain't there yet!' I sell real estate and I'm always happy to show off my interior decorating skills. I'm licensed and certified so I must be good! Mainly I trust and have faith, and thank God for every day I am able to use my life experiences to help people through theirs. Want to know more? Discover along with me as I live my life out loud.

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