The end of a relationship is hard! It hurts and it’s frustrating – until it’s empowering. The conversation can either begin with or end with one or more of the following:
I’m just not that into you.
It’s not you, it’s me.
Let’s just be friends.
You feel a little lost and then you realize the benefits of being away from that person and the sadness seems to finally lift. You feel the same way after the breakup with a thing or a place. Scared and sad and first then filled with optimism.
If you find yourself with apprehension surrounding events or people, it may be time to break up with them. If it’s not bringing you joy or supporting your pursuit of a joyful life then it’s not worth spending your time on it.
Guess what – you just aren’t that into it.
I know I can hear you ask but what if I don’t know what brings me joy? Or maybe you are asking, what is joy? The answer to each of these questions require you to do a self analysis.
A great way to do this is through journaling or mind mapping. Each of these activities allow you to write out the things which are floating around in your brain filling up creative space.
If you don’t know what to write in a journal, you can use the Mid Year Goals Reflection Using Napoleon Hills 28 Questions from Success Magazine.
Letting go of negative relationships, situations, and behaviors are not easy as they should not be done impulsively. When you want to jump before you think, write out your argument for it in your journal. This can help you ensure that you may be into more than you realize.
Til next time,
“The only person you are forced to see everyday is the reflection in the mirror. Don’t be afraid to let go and move on from everything else.” – Tiffany Tom-Johnson