The Single Woman’s Dash of Sass: When to Let Go & Move On From…A Relationship

Excerpt from “The Single Woman’s Sassy Survival Guide: Letting Go & Moving On”…

THE SINGLE WOMAN SAYS: If a man’s being shady with you, cut him loose! A true diva is too busy walkin’ on sunshine to chase a man in the shade!


Beautiful, wonderful, deserving, intelligent, successful, sassy, got-it-going on LADIES! Has it been THAT long since He’s Just Not That Into You? Did we learn nothing from Greg Behrendt’s straight-talkin’, to-the-point, no-holds-barred account of what it looks like when a man is crazy about you, as opposed to when a man is just crazy?

Let me put it to you this way…

When a man wants to be with you, truly wants to be with you – he’ll be with you. Simple as that. There won’t be excuses, angst, drama, explanations, apologies, other women, shadiness, uncertainty, ifs, ands or buts about it…HE WILL BE WITH YOU.

When a man is truly feeling a woman, he will make a way. Ain’t no mountain high enough or valley low enough to keep him away. Period. End of sentence.

Let’s face it – in every single girl’s life, a bad relationship, a wishy-washy man, or a Justin Case (someone who keeps you around “Just In Case”) will eventually fall. It’s inevitable, sort of like the dryer eating your socks or hitting all the green lights in town when you’re trying to put on your makeup en route to work. And it’s nothing short of a major letdown when your dashing prince transforms into a warty frog right in front of your very eyes. The good news is this – there are red flags that will start waving pretty early on to signal a disaster waiting to happen.

So WHEN is it time to move on and let go from a relationship?

  • If he has a girlfriend
  • If he has a wife
  • If he doesn’t call you, text you, ask you out, or show any interest in spending time with you
  • If he makes excuses instead of making plans
  • If you can never find him, or feel like your “relationship” is a constant game of Where’s Waldo?
  • If he steals from you, lies to you, cheats on you, or takes advantage of you in any way
  • If he lists “Gainful Employment” as one of his allergies
  • If you’re dating him because you think you can change him
  • If you are dating him because you’re afraid to be alone
  • If he is verbally, emotionally, mentally, or physically abusive. In this case…don’t just let go and move on. RUN. 

While it takes guts and courage and bravery to end a relationship in progress, to walk away from someone you really, truly care about, or learn to stand on your own two feet again once you’ve gotten used to the support of another – it is a bold and necessary act when you know in your heart that it’s not the right relationship for you. Besides, wouldn’t you rather have a SOUL mate than just a plain ole mate? Ultimately, finding the right guy begins with YOU. BECOME the love of your life, and you will ATTRACT the love of your life. And letting go and moving on from relationships that don’t serve you makes room for the ones that deserve you!

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2 Responses to “ The Single Woman’s Dash of Sass: When to Let Go & Move On From…A Relationship ”

  1. January 28, 2014

    Reading the above extract was truly a blessing

  2. nomsa
    September 29, 2014

    Hi writer I am a woman and I’m 30yrs old now,I have three kids and I broke up with their dads. So now I have a boyfriend and unfortunately for me he doesn’t have any kids. He loves me,but when it comes to de kids it is a challenge for both of us,he is afraid dat maybe my kids won’t love him or maybe he won’t b a good father to them and again he says what if he has his own kids now won’t it appear as if he loves dem better dan he loves my own. He does make time fr us,when he is away for work he just make sure he spends de rest of his time chatting with me and when he is around he spends time with me,he even gave me keys to his room so dat I come anytime I like,but sometimes I feel like he is not opening up to me completely,like there are things that still bothers him he don’t wanna talk about,so should I let go?

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