Knowing when to let go of toxic relationships. 

Have you ever had to question yourself and think about whether or not you should be involved with a person and their negative energy? Well here’s a few pointers on when to let certain situations, friendships and relationships go that serves you NO good!  

Motivation: 

Do the people you associate yourself with motivate you to be the best person you can be? If not, then you shouldn’t be surrounding yourself with those types of people! If you feel as though you can’t grow with the person you’re dating or a person you’re friends with, then it’s time to reevaluate your surrounds and let go! When it comes a point in your life where you feel as though you don’t have support from the people you’re always around, then it’s time to get rid of those people. 

Uninspired: 

Are you a person who wants nothing but the best for your partner or whoever you’re surrounding yourself with and you feel as though they’re not willing to want better for themselves? Let them go! If they’re not willing to change for themselves and become a better person, then that’s just someone you shouldn’t be surrounding yourself with! You have to realize when and who to invest your energy and time into, if you’re constantly having to tell someone what it is they should be doing and they keep making an excuse to change… Then yeah, it’s time to let it go! 

Knowing when you’re wasting your time.

If you’re constantly investing more time and feeling like you’re the only one trying to make your relationship or friendship work while the other person isn’t even trying to meet you half way.. Then it’s time to let go! You’re not weak or fake for letting go of things that doesn’t serve you any purpose, you have every right to grow and prosper in life. People who aren’t motivated and aren’t on the same level as you mentally and physically doesn’t need to be apart of your growth! How are you supposed to grow, when you have people in your life that’s only bringing you down? 

Negativity.

If a person only calls you with negativity and only when they want something, then it’s time to let that person go! Who wants to be around someone who only hits you up when its convenient for them, or when it’s about something that’s negative? NOBODY! If you feel as though this is becoming so annoying and you want to tell your friend or partner about themselves, don’t be afraid to do so! Sometimes people need to hear that they’re bringing unwanted drama into your life and you’re tired of it. If they care about you and your friendship, then they’ll respect what you’re saying if not, then oh well! 

Moral to the story: 

If people aren’t adding to your life, they’re simply subtracting from your life and this could be your happiness, joy and energy! Know when it’s time to simply let go and move forward! You will always see the same results with people who don’t see any issues in their actions! 

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Author: Takeia.

Hello beautiful souls, I'm Takeia Cage, and I'm the CEO/Founder of Unashamed Queens! I'm an advocate, momtrepreneur, life coach, and motivational blogger. I have always been dedicated to helping women re-discover their light, while walking in their truth, unashamed! It wasn’t until I was in my early twenties, when I discovered my calling to be an advocate for the women in my community. I have always wanted to be apart of a sisterhood that supported, uplifted, and celebrated women without us feeling judged or even ashamed of our journey. There wasn’t many women empowerment groups in my community that actually focused on celebrating queens, so I decided to create my own community for unashamed women. Now I am the founder of Unashamed Queens, a women’s empowerment group that focuses on supporting, uplifitng, and celebrating queenhood. I would always tell myself years ago that you can’t help anyone if you can’t help yourself, and today I believe that statement is so untrue. It wasn’t until I was re-discovering my own light, that I wanted to also encourage/help other women to re-discover theirs as well. I truly believe that we’re all stronger together, and that creating a safe-space for women to feel support and loved through sisterhood.

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