Walk Away for Incredible Growth and Success!

Coming from a place of personal experience.

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Walking away from a situation or relationship can be a difficult decision, but sometimes it is necessary in order to prioritize your well-being and happiness.

So I am someone who has a history of holding on to things for the longest time. To an extent that it started manifesting in my physical and mental health.

With a past relationship, it got so fucked up that I became a recluse not being able to socialize.

With work, I started ignoring my successes and ended up making what I was building my life, literally living it on every level of my being.

It took a collapse for me to figure out this shit is just not worth it.

The tricky thing for me and my narcissistic personality was not being able to accept failure and figuring out when it was the right time to walk away I wish I could've walked away because I somehow ended up shutting out tremendous opportunities while holding out on what I thought was worth holding on to.

But how do you know when it’s the right time to walk away?

Here are signs I noticed in myself.

It’s important to remember that walking away doesn’t mean giving up or being a failure. It’s a brave and empowering decision to prioritize your well-being and happiness.

It is now as I write this post, I realized walking away from those situations was the best thing I could do for myself.

Here is what happened when I did this:

If something is not serving you, dig deep and rediscover the person you really are. You deserve more, find your guts and be yourself, without really giving a fuck about others. The world today is all you do you and tIll do me. Nobody will bat an eyelid.

If it helps, seek therapy or a friend to talk to, you do not necessarily need to figure this out yourself.

I know I did, but that is only because I am not an available person, I cannot open up easily.

In conclusion, walking away from a situation or relationship can be a difficult decision, but it can also be necessary for personal growth and well-being. By recognizing the signs that it may be time to move on and seeking support, you can make the best decision for yourself and your future.



Founder at Tingtong Marketing and Pegasus Events. https://www.linkedin.com/in/irfanmorbiwala

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