Sometimes the only solution is separation. Obviously difficult and hard in some cases we have to learn to de-dramatize the situation. Life goes on.
- The couple breaks up, not our entire personal life.
- It is a time to face changes and risks, which alter and convulse us. It is advisable to ask for help from competent people (friends or professionals), who -unconditionally- listen to us and accompany us on this journey, which may (or may not) be hard.
- It is a stage of life that will pass, which will be followed by another or others. We must not cling to the past: that would mean stopping our life, and there is a lot ahead.
- Like any loss, it will have its phases: crying, heartbreak, disbelief that it could have happened to us, fury and rage, the need to look for culprits... It is normal for something like this to happen to us, and we must accept it that way.
- Not everything is negative. We can reflect (without obsessing) about what has been lost. But it is better to look for the positive, what improves in our lives with the separation.
- Let's make a self-critical balance: how was the relationship, what did we fail in... This way we will learn and avoid making those mistakes in the future.
- We must save what is good so that, relying on it, we can move forward without anger and close the chapter. But above all to be able to open a new chapter.
CONFIDENTIAL AND FREE