It’s over. He’s given up, checked out, not trying, let go, and moved on. But you’re…stuck wondering how do you let go.
Start by asking yourself “why am I holding on?”
If your tire goes flat, you change it you don’t hold on to it. When food goes bad you dispose of it, you don’t eat it.
Why is it when it comes to matters of the heart you don’t think of things the same way?
If you’re holding on to someone that has discarded you, the answer lies within you. You absolutely deserve to honor yourself by letting go. Trust in the fact that what is truly for you will come.
It’s okay to be hurt when a relationship ends. That’s natural, but at some point you have to open your eyes and see your worth.
This is the time. The fact that you’re asking this question means you’re starting to go through the healing process.
Now it’s time to release him and the relationship, so that you can stop wondering and start living.
This starts by acknowledging the fact that they let you go. Sit with that uncomfortable truth and allow yourself to feel it.
Cry, scream, yell, laugh, smile…Do whatever you feel is needed to accept this, that is safe and healthy.
When you are ready it’s time to start writing. Write it all down. How you feel, what you expected, why you’re disappointed, and what happened.
Then forgive all of it, starting with you.
Forgiveness is key to freedom and being able to move on. You need to forgive yourself, first and foremost.
Be kind and loving to yourself. Nothing is wrong with you. You are a divine expression of the Most High and in that you are perfect.
So if you are trying to figure out how to let go start here:
- Acknowledge that it’s over
- Express your feelings
Meditation and journaling are two amazing healing and transformational tools. I’ve included a meditation and more resources in the Spiritual Love Empowerment Library to help you grow and glow in life and love.