5 LESSONS LEARNED AFTER BREAK UP FROM A TOXIC RELATIONSHIP
It is perfectly typical for the majority of people to be with someone in a Toxic Relationship, who is completely inappropriate for them in every manner at some point in their lives. You are unaware of it at the time and are attempting to hold on to it for as long as possible. Because you love them so much at the time, you chose to overlook the fact that you deserve more love, care, and compassion from your partner. When you realize that, you resolve to let go, no matter how difficult it is, and you must then memorize a few things.
- YOU ALONE CAN SET YOURSELF FREE:
Always remember that only you have the power to break yourself free if you feel yourself sinking back into another poisonous relationship. It’s up to you to choose to walk away rather than suffer the heartache and heartbreak of a lost cause. A poor relationship is merely a chapter in your life; it doesn’t define you.
2. YOU CAN’T MAKE ANOTHER PERSON LOVE YOU:
It was never meant to happen if it didn’t happen on its own. You can’t make someone love and care for you if they don’t feel it for themselves, no matter how hard you try. They will simply string you along for their own convenience, no matter how much you attempt to show them how much you love and care for them.
3. ALWAYS TRUST YOUR INSTINCTS AND INTUITIONS:
You’ll have more faith in your gut feelings and inherent intuitive abilities. You’ll never overlook the screaming warning sign on the back of your skull ever again. When you see a red sign warning you to tread carefully, you’ll learn to be cautious.
4. AT ALL TIMES, YOU DESERVE COMPLETE LOVING CARE:
You deserve to be loved and cared for at all times, and to the fullest extent possible. Your partner must adore you as a whole, not just parts of you. You will know if he or she is the correct person.
5. YOU ARE NUMBER 1:
You’ll discover that, while it’s easy to get caught up in the other person in a relationship, it’s also critical to prioritize yourself. You have your own set of ideals, interests, and a life to live. Any toxic connection pales in comparison to your relationship with yourself.