I believe many of us get involved in relationships in which we know we shouldn’t. Miley Cyrus says it best, “We chained our hearts in vain.” Sometimes our intentions are right, but often times they’re wrong. Of course, things are great in the beginning; then time sets in, true colors come out, and they’re not the person you thought they were the whole time. We tend to get so involved, it drains our whole being. We’re emotionally unstable and torn in many different directions. We were once okay with the way things were; we settled for being the other woman. We settled with not having a title. Maybe we just settled in general. We settled for all the things we said we never would. Why? Because we’ve created an attachment that feels nearly impossible to break. We constantly battle with how we wish things were and how things actually are. Maybe you weren’t the pursuer; they pursued you, and the truth started unraveling. But for some reason, you thought the ending would be better than the beginning. You thought perhaps you could change them, or maybe things would just change through time, but now you’ve faced reality. Reality says, “Let your heart heal.” It says, “Move on even though it may be the hardest thing to do.” It says, “Rebuild yourself!” Rebuild all you’ve lost. Allow the many insecurities that were created to be restored.” It says, “Be wise about who you give your heart to.” Have you ever faced a situation where you’ve given your heart to someone who didn’t deserve it? Did you realize it before you did it or after you did it?