You’ll Love Again
When a relationship ends, and especially if it ends badly, you may feel like there will never be anyone else in your life again that you’ll love, or even WANT to love. Depending on the reasons for the relationship ending, you may simply feel that you don’t want to ever be in another romantic relationship again.
The pain may feel as if it’s just too much to bear and not something that you want to experience again. That’s all very understandable at first. However, there are other things you need to consider before you decide to enter a convent.
Yes, breaking up with someone that you love IS hard and it does hurt a lot. Be glad that you can feel the pain because, otherwise, you would be considered as unfeeling. So, as awful and strange as it may sound, you need to celebrate the fact that you’re hurting. That means that you can go through the grieving process and come out on the other side of it feeling healed and more confident about moving forward in your life.
The worst thing you can possibly do at the end of a relationship is to vow that you’ll never love anyone again. While it may not be realistic for you to immediately jump into a rebound relationship, you certainly shouldn’t assume that you’ll never experience love in your life again. Instead, you need to go through the healing process from your current broken relationship so that you can recover. Then, you’ll be able to see a bit more clearly in the area of future relationships.
Something you’ll want to do while healing from your breakup is to look back and see if you can pinpoint what happened to cause the end. Was it something that you did or did not do? That’s not to say that the blame was all on you because, except in the cases of cheating, it usually takes two people to break up a relationship. So whatever you did to contribute to the ending of it, you can be pretty sure that your partner also played his part. This is just helpful in learning what to avoid or to add to your next relationship in order to give it more of a chance to succeed.
It’s important that you never assume that because one relationship went on the fritz, you won’t be able to ever love anyone as much as you did that person. That’s simply not true unless you decide to FORCE it to be true. If that’s the road you choose to take, you’re only hurting yourself and ensuring that you’ll spend the rest of your life alone and lonely. No one is truly THAT perfect that he cannot be replaced by someone even better. All you have to do is open up your eyes and look around to notice it.
Therefore, when a relationship ends, understand that, for whatever reason, it simply wasn’t meant to be. Experience healing and look at what could have been done differently. File this information away somewhere that you can access it when you need to and then move ahead.
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