Letting go is hard not doubt. However, sometimes holding on is destructive. Emotions can easily allow or influence the mind to justify resisting change and lead it to hold on to what you have as a result. Even if it is not good for you. Or even when you don't really have it. Maybe it has you!
What do you really have? Is it what you want or more importantly, what you deserve?
Are you living the life that takes you in the direction that brings you closer to what you dream of for your future. Are you doing the things that make you who you want to be? Are you dealing with people that help make your vision complete or do they bring ugliness into the picture?
Sometimes, you put up with something now because of what it once was before but the reality is that things have already changed. You no longer have what you started with. The question is, what do you do? Well that depends on what the details of the current situation. Salvage yards make money because junk is not trash and broken pieces can be reconditioned to work. So can relationships.
Only you know what you have so be careful of other peoples opinions when it comes to specific actions. You must look at the big picture for yourself and determine who you are, where you are supposed to be going and if there is something that is working against a better life for you and your family.
Most of the times when we are talking about letting go, we think of people in bad relationships. A person is not always what needs to be let go of. Sometimes its a way of thinking that needs to go, or bad habits which we know are killing us or holding us back or many other things in life that affect us negatively.
Lol, you might say well what is he talking about. I am talking about anything that might have served it's usefulness.
So know have gone all the way into personal development for truckers again. If you are perplexed by thought stemming from something in the past, maybe it's time to let go of that as well.
There is power and relief in forgiveness.
You come to terms with the truth. You look at the big picture of where you are. How that thing is affecting you. What steps do you logically take to physically or mentally relieve yourself of the connection.
It might be like flipping a switch or more like a process to follow.
When you do it right, it's therapeutic and opens you up to new opportunities by default. So evaluate and act.
There will be no perfect time, so do it now.
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