Love Someone But Let Them Go
Have you ever been in love with someone but did everything in your power to keep them? You may have thought long and hard about how to proceed. You may have asked yourself if it was worth the effort to keep them.
You may have agonized over what you had done or said. In the end, perhaps you realized that you were being too selfish. Letting them go was, in fact, the best thing you could possibly do.
There are a number of benefits to letting them go. One is that you will no longer be burdened by feelings of guilt. Guilt over the love you had for them may have kept you from letting them go.
You may have blamed them for your misery, or you may have felt that they were stealing your heart from you.
Letting them go may have been difficult for you to do at the time, but now that you know they are free, it is easier.
Another benefit to letting them go is that you will not have to continue to care for them. This can be very difficult because we all love someone but as life becomes more hectic, we all find ourselves unable to spend as much time as we would like with those we love.
Taking care of our significant others becomes more of a responsibility and it also takes up more time than we previously thought.
Letting them go can free you up to care for yourself and to pursue the life you dream of living. After all, isn’t that why you fell in love in the first place?
Although you may no longer be seeing the love of your life, you may still be feeling the attachment. We all have attachments, whether we realize it or not, and we all let those go once in a while.
With letting someone go, you release that particular attachment and release the attachment of that person to you.
You have their love, now, regardless of who it was that you are with. You are free to date anyone else and to do whatever you wish.
There are a couple of benefits to this tactic of letting someone go. One benefit is that you will likely feel a lot better about yourself.
After a period of time where you were smothering someone, you may have grown to resent it. You may have thought that you were doing something wrong and that perhaps you should not let someone else take care of you.
Now, after letting them go, you can look at things in a clear light and say “Hey, I love someone but I’m not sure that I love this person. Letting them go may have been the best thing for me.”
Another benefit is that you will become more mature as a person and be able to handle more complex relationships.
You will realize that your love life is complicated and that there are a lot of moving parts. When you get involved in a serious relationship, you tend not to think in terms of the long-term.
Instead, you usually think in terms of right now, or at the very least, right before your relationship is over.
When you let go, you can look at your relationship with clarity and see how it all started, and how it ended.
The only problem with letting someone else take care of you is that you will begin to feel used. This feeling of being used will make you want to let go as soon as possible.
You may find that you do not love someone else, or that you love someone else, but you feel like you should be using them, because your partner needs you.
If you feel this way, or even if you know you do, then you need to let go. Do not use other people to feel great.
Stop trying to control where your life goes and start enjoying your own life again. You will be much happier in the end when you let go of your relationship with someone else and begin to focus on yourself once again.