Words from a Broken Heart // Thrifted & Ethical Fashion




Masha’s Why It’s Great to Grow Up Blog Post

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If you have any advice for me on how you deal with a break up, I’d love to hear it! Or if you’re going through something similar, and like to share, I’d also love to hear from you. It’s nice to know that we aren’t alone in trying times.

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12 thoughts on “Words from a Broken Heart // Thrifted & Ethical Fashion

    1. Thanks so much Myrra for your comment. Most of the time I know to let go, but never do I have the courage, and this time I hope I do. with lots of love. xoxo

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  1. This was such a beautiful post, the first step is that you’ve looked at your situation and realised that maybe you have done all the growing you can from one another now, and that maybe it’s time to move on. It’s going to hurt and you’ll miss each other but sometimes you need to grow for yourself only, and think about what you need rather than what you want. There’s a quote along the lines of “you can’t be fixed by the same thing that broke you” and maybe this is something similar, maybe it didn’t break you exactly but you can’t grow from the same place when there’s no more growing left to do. You need to find a new garden to flourish in. I hope you’re okay lovely 💛xx

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    1. Thank you so much dear for your kind words. It really is wonderful to gain the support and kindness from you. It makes me feel like I’m not dealing with this alone. With lots of love. xoxo

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  2. I think it’s such a profound experience when you realise that it’s ok for relationships to serve you for a period of time and that it’s ok to let them go. I believe it makes you appreciate them even more especially as there is a lesson in every relationship we have. As hell0chloe mentions above, you can’t keep growing when there’s no more growing left to do and its its important to recognise that the people around you don’t need to be a part of every step of your life. I wish you all the best!

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    1. I think so too. I think often people get stuck with the idea of permanence, and in the end it only hurts them. It definitely does teach me to appreciate, and I agree that there is something to learn from in every relationship. Thank you. ❤ With lots of love. xoxo

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  3. Such a mesmerizing post… no matter what kind of relationship any of us have to face the end of, whether it’s romantic, platonic, whatever, it always hits us pretty hard. I think it is so brave of you to be able to acknowledge that you love him, but you will not be able to continue to grow with him. You will now continue to grow, through experiencing new things, meeting new people, exploring new places. You will get through it all Natalie. Sending my love. Xo
    Jenna – thescintillation.com

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    1. Thanks so much Jenna. It really helps to see that there are people behind me and my decisions, and even if we don’t know each other well! I’m thankful that you dropped by. It definitely helps me to acknowledge that it’s not the end, but a new beginning. With lots of love ❤

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