Is It Time to Call It “Quits”?

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Look, nobody said it would be easy.  You’ve been together a long time and have countless memories.  You’ve gotten each other through the worst times and have been together for some of the best.  You’ve been overheated and revved up.  You’ve steered each other in the right directions, and sometimes got lost together.  Bottom line…no one has carried you like your car.

Sometimes it’s easy to know when to call it quits.  Other times, it’s hard to know when you’re at the end of the road.  Sometimes the thought of being alone is worse than being together, so you hold on a little longer.  The problems get worse…and it gets more and more difficult to move in the same direction together.  One of you is strong, the other is falling apart.  There’s too much noise for you to even think about the good times…the way it used to be.  At one time it made financial sense to be together…now, you’re working two jobs to cover the strain on your wallet.  Sometimes it seems as if you’re working against each other.  You’re getting nowhere.  You feel like you’re out of gas…running on empty.

You decide it’s time to move forward.  It’s ok – we’ve all been there.  Anyone can tell you there comes a time when you’ve got to move on.  There’s a better life for each of you…a greater purpose.  It’s just a matter of making it happen.  It’s all up to you…you hold the keys to happiness.

You find the courage to take action so you pull out your phone and scroll through your contacts.  You find it!  “Car Donation Wizard”.  You dial 877-999-8322 and find the process is actually a lot easier and quicker than you thought.  Before you know it, you’re watching your car get towed away to begin its new life as a vehicle donation to charity.  You’re free!  It’s a new day and you are both on the road to a bright future.

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Emily KelleyIs It Time to Call It “Quits”?

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