Wednesday, 28 October 2015

5 Ways To Release Attachment To Past Relationships

With experience comes wisdom,but what to do when luggage you carry along with you all the way from the past becomes too heavy and distracting? What happens very often is that we bring issues,frustrations,bitterness and unsolved problems from our past relationships to a brand new ones and most of the time we are not even aware of it,thinking how there must be something damn about us that is making us attract all the "same old madness " over and over again. 

If you want to enjoy better things that are sent your way and give the best of you to a person that truly deserves it,build a healthy relationship and love (and let other person love you) freely and correctly ,you will have to get rid of that heavy,old,dusty,luggage and relief your mind,heart and soul.
I've found 5 tips to do so:

1) Be willing! 
It’s the first step in fixing any problem, be willing to fix the problem. If you are fresh out of a relationship, it may not truly be time to let go of your attachments.It’s important to feel all the feelings when a relationship ends. Don’t rush it. But if time has passed and you know you’re ready, say it out loud. “I’m ready to let go.
2) Write it all down 

There’s something therapeutic about keeping a journal and writing how you feel in it. It’s like it takes the energy from those negative emotions and puts it on the page.Not only that, but writing it all out helps you process and figure out how you really feel about things too.
3) Find a good in it all
Every relationship we experience in our lives, be it platonic or romantic, can teach us important life lessons. It doesn’t matter how hurt you may be, your previous relationships have a lot to teach you if you’re willing to find the positive in it.
4) Be compassionate 

When you’re hurt, it’s easy to turn that hurt on the rest of the world. Instead, act with compassion. Show kindness to everything. Spend some time volunteering. Get to know some new people. Create positivity in the world.

5) Find your version of happiness 

Society tells us how to be happy, but that doesn’t work for everyone. Find what’s needed for you to be happy. Figure out what things you like to do and do them. Learn to be happy on your own. Happiness comes from within, not from external sources.

What y'all think?


1 comment:

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