Basically, I have always considered myself a fighter and a go-getter type of person. When I do something, I do it with all my dedication and achieve the desired goals. But, recently I have come to know the valid reason of why people give up certain things or certain people. I have come to realize the necessity and importance of giving up. And also all the reasons that stand in support of it.
What do you do if a friend whom you consider one of your best never gives a stand for you? What do you do, when someone constantly finds faults in you? What do you do when someone never accepts their mistakes and always point the finger of blame at you? Tough questions, right? But valid too.
We all know that this kind of shit happens in all of our lives. And we live with it, ignoring it every time. But, why? For love’s sake? For friendship’s sake? Because we are sharing a blood bond. Or simply because we are attached. It’s a jumble of all these things and many others too. But, is it right to stick around to something or someone just because of all these reasons? Sometimes it is sensible to stick around because no relationship or bond is ever smooth sailing. But, sometimes, there comes a point where you just cannot. You cannot stick around for it because you are running short of reasons to do so. Or maybe you don’t see a reason to stick around anymore. Or the distress and suffering of sticking around are so great that you wish for the pain to end even if it means the death of the bond. But, my main point is, are these points for giving up valid?
Yes, I think so. I think that these points are valid enough to give up on a relationship that gives you nothing more than pain and distress. When you realize that two people are not walking together just walking side by side. When you realize that someone has you in their life just as a mere option and nothing else. Then yes, you should and must give up. Or else you would end up hurting yourself more than you deserve.