Relationships can be blissful, but at times, like ‘all good things’ (and bad), some relationships come to an end. Therefore, you must embrace the change and move forward. However, for some, that’s a lot easier said than done. If it’s ‘so over,’ here are a few ways to help move on rather than dwell.
A toxic relationship can drain your energy and sap your enthusiasm for life. Everyone deserves to have a fulfilling and satisfying love life – if you’re not, it’s time to move on.
I fell so deep and so hard. Looking through the archives of my mind, I searched the repository of my heart, but there was nothing on the topic, “falling in love”.
There comes a point in a relationship when it’s time to move on – from a group, an old friend, a lover. How do you know when it’s time?
Short-term uncommitted sexual relationships would have resulted in poor reproductive success in ancestral village environments, and thus a propensity for them, at least among women, would have been selected against in an evolutionary sense. Some of the grief and depression people experience today when intimate relationships fail may be hard-wired.
As the relationship ends and all the talks have already happened, sometimes there’s just not much left to say.
Guest Author, Drew Sager, writes about rebuilding and moving on after a break Up
How do we bounce back after a devastating break-up? Sometimes letting go makes us stronger.
For anyone who’s ever gone through a hard break up and needs a few ideas to get back on their feet, Jenn Pedde offers some sound tips.
“Two recent ‘events’ have stirred some romantic longings that I thought I had left behind as unnecessary baggage on my journey,” writes Ross Lonergan in his Valentine’s Day post.