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No One Is Coming To Save You, But You're Going To Be Okay

You are your own hero

Only you can control your decisions, your next moves. 

You have been given every tool you need to save yourself. And it is entirely your own decision whether you want to save yourself or not. 

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Don't wait for someone to save you

When push comes to shove, people will let you down. They may have the absolute best intentions, but no matter how much they promise they are going to be there for you, they will let you down. It’s human nature.

So if you think someone is coming to save you, a knight in shining armor, please stop.

You are your own hero

Only you can control your decisions, your next moves. 

You have been given every tool you need to save yourself. And it is entirely your own decision whether you want to save yourself or not. 

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