ever find yourself in the wrong story, leave.” ― Mo Willems.
You’re allowed to leave any story you don’t find yourself in.
You’re allowed to leave any story you don’tloveyourself in.
You’re allowed to leave a city that has dimmed your light instead
of making you shine brighter, you’re allowed to pack all your bags and start
over somewhere else and you’re allowed to redefine themeaningof your life.
You’re allowed to quit the job
you hate even if the world tells you not to and you’re allowed to search for
something that makes you look forward to tomorrow and to the rest of your life.
You’re allowed to leave someone
you love if they’re treating you poorly, you’re allowed to put yourself first
if you’re settling and you’re allowed to walk away when you’ve tried over and
over again but nothing changed.
You’re allowed to let toxic
friends go, you’re allowed to surround yourself with love, and people who
encourage and nurture you. You’re allowed to pick the kind ofenergyyou need in your life.
You’re allowed to forgive
yourself for your biggest and smallest mistakes and you’re allowed to be
kind to yourself, you’re allowed to look in the mirror and actuallylikethe person you see.
allowed to set yourself free from your own expectations.
We sometimes look at leaving as
a bad thing or associate it with giving up or quitting,but sometimes leaving is the best
thing you can do for yourself.
Leaving allows you to change
directions, to start over, to rediscover yourself and the world. Leaving
sometimes saves you from staying stuck in the wrong place with the wrong
Leaving opens a new door for
change, growth, opportunities and redemption.
You always have the choice
to leave until you find where you belong and what makes you happy.
You’re even allowed to leave
the oldyoubehind and reinvent yourself.