Anytime I find myself in a car with the driver struggling to move, it wakes up my senses. Especially when the car moves for some distance but the engine stops and the driver tries to manage the situation. In most likely event, you waste all your precious time, knowing this car can't take you to your destination yet hoping there will be a miracle until it obvious you have to get down. Most of us are in such relationships where you know it clearly has no future but yet you keep wasting time, thinking there will be a miracle. If you can't see yourself marrying him tomorrow, why are you still with him today? If she doesn’t see the value of having you by her side, why are you convincing her? They simply can't give you the world if their mind is only ready for a city. Don’t let the person who didn't' love you keep you from the one who will. It’s better to leave a car which is taking you no place than to wait for it to leave you in the middle of nowhere. You don't have to get stuck for fear of heartbreak; because whether you leave now or not, you will experience it anyway. Everyone at some point in their life is going to experience it. And, you know what? It's probably one of the most painful things a person has to go through. I am not going to lie. When you get your heart broken, it feels like it shattered into a million pieces. It’s like that person you were head over heels in love with, stomped mercilessly on your heart. It feels like your heart is being shredded to pieces, cut up, and thrown in the trash, left to rot. It hurts a lot, emotionally and physically. Getting heartbroken actually makes your heart physically hurt. You cry and cry and wish it wasn't like this. You wish it was just a temporary nightmare. But, the sad truth? It's not. It is reality. And you just have to accept it, the pain and all. This is why you need to get the right car for your journey. I hope you fall in love with someone who never lets you fall asleep thinking you're unwanted. In conclusion, "a time to gain, and a time to lose; a time to keep, and a time to cast away" - Ecclesiastes 3:6 (MEV) Written by Danjuma Iliya.