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Being alone hits you hard, being lonely hits you harder.
You try reaching out to many with your arms wide open but no one cares. You are now tired of pleasing everyone. The one you tried to fit in wants to keep you limited to them.
You don’t want to be caged, stopped or be limited to. You want to be free, without any boundaries.
You have understood that enjoying your own company is a priority, you don’t need people or materialistic world to make you feel in a certain way.
You are what you are, there is no second version to it. No Xerox copy, no one can rebuild you than you yourself.
Nothing makes you happy than being yourself.
You have your own imperfections, you are messy, you have failed. But, you are strong, you are learning and you are moving towards success.
You now enjoy your own company, the calmness and the madness.
You value yourself more. You know yourself better. No judgement, no doubts, no ifs and no buts.
You now celebrate “the YOU” more often!!
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If her MIL had accepted her with some affection, wouldn't they have built a mutually happier relationship by now?
The incident took place ten years ago.
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