When To Let Go and Let God

dead end picRelationships in general can be tough some harder than others, and I have had my share of rough relationships, rather it’s a friendship, a love relationship, or just a relationship with a family member. Lets face it relationships are hard and you must have a lot of patience and compassion if your willing to work on any type of relationship to make it better. When do you know it’s time to walk away from a relationship? This is only my perspective on this topic and I can speak on it through my own personal experience in bad relationships. First of all never go into a relationship thinking you need or have to change that person, you only setting yourself up for disaster. A relationship is 50/50 give and take; but if you’re always the giver of the relationship and never the receiver then your relationship is very unstable. When a person genuinely loves you he will not only say it; but he will also show it. If you have to keep nagging or whining to your partner about why you don’t call or come over it’s a clear sign that he has moved on without telling you or he’s just not interested in you anymore. When it gets to this point you have to let it go. Never play second best to anybody when you’re in a relationship if you’re not top priority in his life then you don’t need to be in that relationship with him. Real love is not complicated, it’s only complicated when you’re not content with the one your with. Love, should also be a two-way street not a one-way street. If your intuition is telling you that something is not right in your relationship please listen to your intuition because it will never lie to you. You might not want to be believe what you’re feeling is true; but if all the red flags are there in front of you warning you then it’s up to you to stay in a dead-end relationship or leave and find happiness elsewhere. Regardless of how much you love him sometimes you have to let it go especially if he is not willing to change on his own. In order for a relationship to work two people have to grow together and be consistent in their relationship. You never know what type of relationship you have until it’s been tested. If that person walks out on you or turn their back on you when your down and out then you know in your heart that this person is not for you. Sometimes God can take you through something so he can show you who your true friends really are. He is not only testing you; but he is also testing them. If your crying and your sad 90% of the time in a relationship and the bad out ways the good then you know it’s time to move on from this dead-end relationship. Always put God first in everything you do, I promise, you will never go wrong; let him guide your path and your journey. Once you do this he will lead you towards your destination in life. Life is too short to be miserable all the time, don’t look for someone else to make you happy. Your happiness starts with you and only you can live your life to the fullest.


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About Colishia S. Benjamin

Colishia S. Benjamin is an inspirational author, inspiring screenwriter, and visionary living in North Carolina. She spent most of her adult life caring for others, working fifteen years in the healthcare field as a nursing assistant and as a habilitation technician. Her duties caring for the elderly and children with special needs exposed her to powerful emotional stories on a daily basis. The brave and remarkable individuals she met became the inspiration for her characters. Starting as poet and short story writer, Colishia knew she had more to say, and desire to develop and expand her writing into novels and screenplays. She enrolled in school as a full-time student at Full Sail University, where she earned her BFA in Creative Writing for Entertainment. In 2011, she saw two of her poems published, including A Silly Girl Crush, appearing in the book From A Window: Harmony by Ebner & Wein Publishing, and Taboo appearing in the Anthology Stars in Our Hearts. In September of 2012, WestBow Press published her work Poetry of Life. Colishia is now in the process of writing her first feature length screenplay titled The Cry: a horror film about an evil entity haunting and killing vacationers that cross its path on a secluded island. She plans to release her second book Dear Lord: A book of prayers in the Fall 2017.

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