If U Love Someone Let It Go
Are you ready for the release of the “if you love someone enough” treadmill voice? If you love someone enough to have a conversation with him or her about breaking up, then congratulations.
But before you head over to your nearest marriage counselor, I have a few words to say about letting go and taking responsibility for yourself. It is easier said than done.
If you are like most people in this world today, the idea of letting go and taking responsibility is anathema to you.
Why? There is too much that is personal, too much that has to do with the way you define yourself, and too much that is financial, which you probably don’t want to cut out of your budget.
If you love someone enough to want to break up with them, then there is a lot of money to be had, and a whole life of new experiences to be had!
The fact is that if you love someone enough to want to let it go, then you probably don’t have that much of a sense of who they are as a person.
Sure you know some basic facts about them such as their age and their likes and dislikes.
You probably even know where they grew up, how they became who they are, and who their parents are ( siblings if necessary).
But if you haven’t really explored what those next words mean to you, then let me help you. They are called “reflection.”
All too often, when we let go of our own identity to try to win another’s love, we create more problems for ourselves than we solve.
Trying to win another’s love makes us an even smaller target in the eyes of our exes, because we’ve lost our individual uniqueness to make them vulnerable.
How many people do you know that can honestly and earnestly say, “I love you, but I can’t stay in love with you”? Probably not too many.
So the answer to the question, “let it go,” if you love someone enough to want to let it go, is to find someone else who loves you back.
Don’t bother trying to get back together with your ex and hope they will feel the same way.
They already know you don’t love them, and they have every right to feel that way. You don’t have to listen to them, talk to them, or try to change them if they don’t want to change.
You may think it’s easier to let it go because it will inevitably be the loss of your significant other that causes this pain.
You have a choice though, and you can choose to live each day regretting your decision and wondering if you made the right choice.
Or, you can decide to act now and make a fresh start with your life, your heart, and your future. It’s up to you. Are you really ready to let go?
The first step of moving forward is to stop believing that you have been wronged by your ex. If you are still holding on to that poisonous belief even after you have let go of the old relationship, you will never be able to move on.
This toxic belief will prevent you from letting go, and it will sabotage your chances of getting someone else to replace you in your heart.
You need to stop holding on to the past, and start moving towards a new YOU.
Now is the time to start doing what it takes to create a happy, secure, fulfilled life for yourself.
Are you ready to let go of the beliefs that hold you back?
Are you ready to let the good times roll once again?
If you are ready to learn the truth about how to attract love then now is the time to get started!