nothing, no matter where you read it, or who said it,, unless it agrees with your own reason and your own common sense.
“When you walk away from those that didn’t respect you when you were there, your absence ends up being on their mind and they are plagued with thoughts: like "why did they cut ties? Why did they block me off of everything, why don’t they care anymore?" And then they feel the need to blame the other person instead of realizing their own mistakes and say things like "They were never my friend. I always cared, they never did." We get tired of hearing the ‘wah, wahs’ from folk that are destined to pretend to care about everything and everyone. Some people stop being friends with others not because they want something more they weren’t ready to give but because they come to realize that they were just toxic to their health. Why stay friends with anyone that is intrusive, stabs them in the back whenever they can, makes fun of them for being hurt and has no respect for their life, thoughts, perspectives, dreams or aspirations. If anyone needs to learn the importance of moving on, moving forward and letting go, we need to move away from anyone that has not and will not offer anything positive in the forms of a friendship. Maybe with your absence they can now use their time to focus on trying to be real and get things they want out of life instead of being focused on why you are gone and how bad a friend you were because you let go and moved on. You deserve happiness away from people that don’t really want you to be happy.”
— Joanna Strafford (Becoming Joanna Strafford: The Collected Quotes and Writings Vol 3)
70% of people that start a fitness plan, quit. EXCEPT YOU. Not This Time.