However, the emotions that accompany these decisions are not as easy to differentiate between, and consequentially result in indecision.
Sometimes, even if you just want to run away, and return to the comfort of the past, you know that you need to confront it, and that confronting the issue is going to be better for you in the long run. Yet, at the end of the day, you still can't help but look back, doubting your decision. And that's okay.
It's okay to doubt yourself. It's okay to feel uncertain about how the decision that you made will turn out. It's okay to feel and want the comfort and immerse yourself in pleasant memories. It's okay to feel weak. Strength is something that we develop from feeling weak and acknowledging that it's okay.
In a few days time, I'll be moving away from a place I've been very attached to since birth. As a result, I've often spent these past few days in a cycle of contemplation, worry then determination. But regardless, after all things are said and done, I'll be moving. All that's left is to just acknowledge that it's okay; I don't have to feel super comfortable about moving as soon as I get there.