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Meredith Marple is a Relationship Coach that heals and positively transform relationships. Read more here: https://about.me/meredithmarple
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Whether a loved one has passed on, you've gone through a break up, you need to move on from a love interest, you are experiencing unrequited love or just have nothing in common with a friend anymore, letting go is the next step to your happiness, which is what matters the most. People will always tell you to let go of someone who is doing you harm but it's easier said than done. Letting go of a former loved one is a gradual process, just as an addict goes through a 12-step program. If you try to cut someone cold turkey, especially when their kisses on your neck once felt like a cocaine rush to your head, expect your heart to explode that not even a specially-trained SWAT team would be able to clean up. Here is the 8-step program for Letting Go: 1. Let yourself feel - even though your heart once was a dozen yellow roses but now a dozen smashed eggs instead. 2. Don't glorify the past - remind yourself of all the times your gut sank down signaling to you that something wasn't right, plunging down like a broken elevator shaft. 3. Put yourself first - just how they treated the metal skin of their silver Mercedes with more tenderness than with the four side doors of your soul. Don't blame all of (wo)mankind for their mistake - try your hardest to see the best in people. Your trust was shredded like scattered remnants of confetti but think of it as a prelude to the celebration of a new journey. Not all men are scum and not all women are conniving. People just have different shades of blues and grays to their bruised hearts. 4. Find who you once were and love it - you may feel alone and feel that you have no identification because you are "you" and not "us," but a spider in a web surrounded by insects is never alone. It is connected to them by millions and millions of threads. 5. Do not let yourself regret them - this emotional pain is your spiritual growth spurt. Do not lie in bed in a quivering haze for days at a time. Do not mope or hit the snooze button simply so you can drift off to sleep and dream about them. If you look in the medical dictionary, lovesickness is not a disease. Wanting someone who you are not meant to be with is not a disease. So don't treat yourself like a victim or a patient. Stop putting Band-Aids on wounds that need sunshine. Stop trying to mend your heart with alcoholic splints and smokey bandages; give it some fresh air instead. 6. Take it one day at a time - do not let this canyon of heartache become your favorite choice of vacation. Hang out at the beach instead. Step into the ocean and feel the water trickle around you; stand among the fish and tilt your head to the sky. Breathe in the salty, healing air. You deserve to have your own air now. It is yours. Breathe it in. 7. Realize you don't have a shot with them anymore - this way of thinking will circle in your head like a violent game of Russian Roulette and you will be the one who ends up hurt. The stars have a better chance of kissing the sun than you have a chance of even so much as brushing their hand in passing as you walk across the street. 8. Know that you are Love itself. The tears that confuse themselves as a flood are radiating in the warming comfort and cleansing of Love itself. Your pores are the very sun pockets of your soul. You are never not loved because it embodies you with each and every breath.
"Others can only offer us the depth of intimacy that they have with themselves." -Robert Ohotto
“The trick, kiddo,” his mom replies slowly, “is finding someone who complements you instead of completes you. You need to be complete on your own.” — The Fight and Fate
When you feel like your most loving and happy self, what makes you feel that way?
When someone says, "You're so young, what could you possibly know?" teach them that we mature with the damage, not with the years.
"You're here to love yourself so much that you get to shine your light everywhere that you go, and blossom into being your real self. And as that occurs, the universe matches that vibration. Your friendships, your love mates, will start to reflect your openness, your vulnerability and how you love yourself." -Michael Beckwith
“Who does not understand should either learn, or be silent.” — John Dee, The Hieroglyphic Monad
"If you focus on your mission for others, on what you can do for them, and not focus on yourself so much, all fear and problems go away." -Brendon Burchard
High Performer, You’re beautiful enough. You’re special enough. You're smart enough. You’re sexy, playful, and fun enough. You’ve worked enough. You’ve cried enough. You’ve been grateful, generous, and kind enough. You. Are. Enough.
When you feel ready for love, your energy will attract growth in life. Your energy of intention will plant the seed, you will grow by having new experiences, and one day you will be able to bloom into the miraculous love machine that you are. On your new love journey people will create road blocks. Some will love you with their brakes on and some will drive you out to the middle of nowhere to abandon you like a stray of love. At times you will feel insecure and unwanted. You will feel dizzy from the shame cycle of thinking and feel neurotic from obsessively asking yourself, “What is wrong with me?” You will appreciate the pain, loss, frustration, and heartbreak because you’ll understand it was vital to this new awareness. Know that when it comes to your souls blooming season, your world and they way you treat yourself will change. You will know you are enough. You will understand what it means to love yourself like you desire from a partner. You will begin to love the flaws you thought were reasons for being single. You will start to eat more chocolate and sing out loud and you will laugh because you will understand you are not celebrating the end to your journey. You will celebrate because you know this is just the beginning.