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Everyone has a limit

There is only so many times you can push a person away, tell them there doing something wrong, take advantage of the things they do for you and upset them before enough is enough and they just wont take it anymore.

There's a funny thing about us humans we all have a limit some of us have higher limits than others but the thing is we all have a breaking point, we all blow at some time in our lives. So why do people try to push our limit, don't they realise that just like themselves when we reach this point were just going to blow then walk away. Who goes back to doing the same thing when that person is just going to keep testing there patience?

I could be talking about a work colleague, a friend, a lover or a family member. We all know the boundaries but we keep testing it, and they keep doing the same to you!

Sometimes things are worth fighting for but other times things are better of just left and pushed in the past, but its deciding what is the right thing to do, and whether you will ever look back on it and regret that you did or didn't do something about it.

Finally I would just like to say, don't let people test your patience, just keep on doing what you do best and ignore the negativity, you have to be a strong person in this cruel world but find a happy medium because at the same time you don't want to be walked all over. Its just trying to figure that out then you will pretty much have the answer to everything!

Sorry for the slightly depressing post but we can all relate to this and I hope this can find you peace of mind as it did for me writing it!

Speak soon!

Lydia Anne :)

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