My Ex Boyfriend Still Blames me for our Breakup 3 Years Later! Today on Dear Sybersue Sherry writes to me about her situation and having
Quite often women remember all the good things in a relationship and hold onto those memories rather than looking at the reasons why things didn’t work out. Many men tend to do the opposite which helps them move on a little faster after a breakup.
Originally posted on Tessa C. Ryan:
Most of us have been there. Dumped. Kicked to the curb. Heart torn in half. Or “let go.” What…
Sherry shares what she learned and how she moved forward in a healthy way, which eventually led her to happiness with a new partner. Sometimes those tough scenarios lead you to a much better pathway of where you are meant to be. Of course, you don’t see that at all in the early stages when your heart is shattered into a million pieces!
Quite often we hang on to the wrong partners because we are afraid to be alone. If you continue to settle in the wrong relationship you will be shortchanging yourself from the powerful love you are meant to have.
Filling your thoughts with regrets will keep you stuck and repeating the wrong patterns. Appreciating the people you have loved along the way is a good thing and allows you to continue to grow to reach a higher place where you are meant to be.