To encourage you to keep going.
To remind you to be strong.

Published on October 29, 2014 in Picture Quotes
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I won’t beg someone to love me. I learned long ago that there is no use in hopeless pleas of trying to make someone stay. I am too valuable to chase someone who does not know my worth and to keep waiting for someone who doesn’t acknowledge my value. I want to be loved unconditionally. I shouldn’t have to fight so hard for it. I am worth more than that.

10 Comments

  1. Geoff October 29, 2014 Reply

    Inner strength comes in time… I only wish I’d learned this long ago !! Unconditional is the key word !! And should never be a fight, nor beg for someone’s love.

    Love is not a feeling. ..
    it’s a journey…
    it’s a partnership. ..
    it’s a heart full of dreams. ..
    it’s a compromise. ..
    it’s a reality full of struggles…
    it’s a belief of one another. .
    it’s a support for eachother. .
    it’s a friendship beyond anyother…
    it’s an awesome adventure. ..
    If it’s true love, may it survive beyond any other !!

  2. Angela October 30, 2014 Reply

    One of the hardest but also best things is to finally realize your self worth and let go of the hope of that someone acknowledging you are there for them unconditionally,just not in the way they want. LOVE nor friendship should never be begged or fought for.. you are worth it!!! If you feel your fighting for it most likely they are not worth it 🙂

  3. Gordon October 30, 2014 Reply

    I don’t usually post on sites like this.Mostly because I’m unaware of their existence.However-i am certainly worth more than the shoddy treatment I’ve had over the last few years.And quite recently.I’ve had it with being lied to.I’ve had it with being cheated on.Being deceived by liars who just strung me along till they met somebody better.I’ve had it with being used as a cash machine and a chauffeur.I’ve had it with people saying I was the one,while seeing somebody else.I’m worth more than all those evil bastards put together.Never again.You are dead to me.I am now going to LIVE!

    • Heather November 2, 2014 Reply

      Amen to that, so many people are only out for themselves. I also have had similar experiences and I too am looking to heal. Be strong and learn from each experience to make you a better person 🙂

  4. janet November 7, 2014 Reply

    We need to learn to be alone. To appreciate ourselves, to have self worth, to love ourselves. Once we learn to do these things, we will be more prepared to choose wisely.

    • Nazar July 11, 2015 Reply

      I did all the above, stayed single for 10 years and started to date again once I thought I was ready to be in a relationship again, just to find out that it is happening all over again. Seems to me that it is a never ending cycle….

  5. Kathleen January 3, 2015 Reply

    I also live liked that…i was wrong they treat me as an ATM , treated as if i am a servant infact I am their boss, insult me with thier comments…now i have to LIVE and let them understand that I am worth more than that.their capacities and capabilities are much lesser than mine.enough is enough for I am worth more than what they think of me.I am me and I am blessed

  6. Muhammad Qasim Hussain February 21, 2015 Reply

    I am in search of TRUTH – truth about myself and truth about everything else in my surrounding while am alive on God’s earth as a human being. Am particularly interested in knowing how to conduct my affairs selflessly to win others.

  7. France Fradet April 12, 2016 Reply

    Expecting unconditional love as an adult is deeply dysfunctional. Children have a right to expect from birth to about age three, then they start learning that certain actions are not possible all the time. Freud talks about His Majesty the Baby, who expects unconditional love.

    Adult love is conditional, of course it is! I won’t continue loving you if spend no time with me, or fail to meet my needs for love and attention and intimacy.

    The myth of expecting to be loved unconditionally as adults is dangerous and totally unrealistic! And if we weren’t loved unconditionally as children, we have to do the grief work and accept it. But adult love needs certain conditions in order to thrive, like trust and vulnerability, and knowing one’s truth, and authenticity.

    I think everyone should read Alice Miller to get a reality check on life. If you weren’t loved as a child you won’t even KNOW what to love means. But earned attachment is possible. It’s possible to get over a shitty childhood and learn to give and receive healthy love. It just means facing up to one’s truth.

  8. Petya June 7, 2017 Reply

    Whatever it worths I love you⭐

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