How To Stop Being A Backup Plan

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In our society we have the belief of giving people chances and one day they will magically change their minds. Maybe it’s because we are all too familiar with our own shortcomings and hope that if given enough chances to make good choices, we would do so. Sometimes this is true, but more often than not it isn’t. If you are in a position of continuing to give someone an opportunity to love you or letting go of your feelings for them, you need to realize that being a backup plan is not something fun.

The thing about being a backup plan is that it’s unfair to you, and honestly, you deserve better. You need to love yourself more than you have put up with the toxic behavior of someone who hasn’t changed or has only slightly improved. It may seem at the time like they will change, but that moment never seems to come. You need to understand that this is not your fault and you can be better than this. So if you want them back, good for you! But don’t be a backup plan. If they want you, they will come get you.

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