Letting Go of a Bad Relationship Even with the One You Love

Hasn’t almost everyone, except for my parents, at one time had to accept the idea of letting go of a bad relationship, or letting go of an ex, or letting go of the one you love.

But then there may have at least been one such relationship that they could not let go of, and if there is still a flame burning perhaps the marriage can be saved.

More typically than not, individuals discover letting go of a bad relationship is something that can genuinely be tough to do.

This is where some sort of divorce healing might be suggested, or men’s and women’s life confidence healing.

To a great deal of individuals being successful in regards to a profession is vital, but in the exact same manner as being fulfilled and moved in an excellent relationship.

(Here’s more about how to begin coping with a breakup and choosing to let go and move on.) 

When they find it, their happiness understands no limits; nevertheless when it ends, or letting go of a marriage, perhaps, they go through a variety of sensations such as unhappiness, grief, anger, misery, and depression, slowly feeling and wandering lost.

Letting Go of an Ex

The first step to letting go of an ex is to begin divorce healing, which involves ways to let go and move on in peace of mind when this happens.

The Course in Miracles states, “When you have accepted your mission to extend peace you will find peace, for by making it manifest you will see it.”

Letting go of a bad relationship that implied everything to a person, is not the easiest thing to do, however it needs to be done and let go and move on.

A person can’t endure and succeed mindfully and be happy in the material world in the present, and eagerly anticipate a great future, if they do not put closure to the past.

(Are you in a relationship but lonely or feeling alone in a marriage? – Self-Healing tips here.) 

To Let Go and Move On

Letting go of a bad relationship suggests releasing feelings, reliance, worries, contact, sense of failure, admiring the relationship, and generalization that because your ex seemed to have hurt you, by, maybe, say, cheating on you, the next relationship or partner will end up the exact same.

These are problems that need to be overcome to truly have the ability to let go and move on without regret, blame and attacking types of judgmental thoughts.

Course in Miracles teaches that, “The strong do not attack because they see no need to do so.”

How does letting go of a bad relationship basically help an individual’s capability to move forward and take on “greener pastures”?

Well, the truth alone that a person still clinging to, and unable to begin letting go of an ex, his or her ex’s memories, and “exactly what could have been,” develops resentment and guilt.

This becomes a factor for one’s individual anxiety and grief.

Letting Go of the One You Love

Moving on and letting go even if you feel you still love him/her, is essential for a person to in fact make the next relationship work.

It’s also essential for simply having the ability to be happy with his or her life.

Lingering on the past will only prevent one’s openness toward the “next best thing” that comes along and lose their possibility for joy and peace once more.

Remember the old line that says, “It always takes two to tango,” the same way that it takes two to make a relationship work.

So free yourself from the thoughts of “exactly what you could have done” and “what you cannot do”.

Rather, think of the lesson learned and the experience gained, you discovered something that will put you in an excellent frame of mind for the journey ahead.

(Please note I also suggest this related article about more on the love affair after marriage and why affairs happen in good marriages too.) 

To healing and shifting forward,

James Nussbaumer

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