A relationship a exactly a year. Ups and down and finally you are so hurt you tell yourself you're giving up after trying and trying but the other person is not trying. Is giving up and moving on the best way? A part of me don't want to but I know I have to, I am so hurt in many ways and there's never a part of me to let him go, I love him and would give up the world.. I just feel like this is best for the both of us. Do good things happen when letting go? How am I suppose to cope with them pain
Does letting go always end up with a happy story?
What Guys Said 2
We can't guarantee that, but would you stay in a relationship by sacrificing your own happiness, now you have the time to really focus on yourself instead of wasting them by arguing with someone, take it, to be better and better everyday, being aware of yourself, what you really want, what are you dreaming of, mam, problem become problem if you seeing them as problem, and remember this too as a mystic said, you can not calm the storm, calm yourself, the storm will pass0
What Girls Said 6
Heh, well you can't really know what tomorrow brings. You might end up happier then ever with some new guy or you might fall for an even worst guy and be even more miserable. Or you could just get hit by a bus and die. My point is that no one knows what's gonna happen. But that is the beauty in endings. Starting fresh, anew. I can't tell you if you will end up with happy ending, but I can tell you for sure that staying with him won't bring you happy ending. The choice is yours: 1. Stay with him and suck it up being miserable, or 2. Let go, risk and hope for the best. Sometimes ignorance is bliss. All I know is that from experience letting it go was always the right choice and I ended up happier.1
You need to let go for your mental health... cause holding on stops you from moving on.
It's just an unhealthy place to be in. People don't give credit to the mental pain that an unhealthy relationship can give you. It can really mess you up.1
To be perfectly honest it doesn't end with a happy story sorry if thats not the answer u want but giving up and moving on is a good thing to do on this situation0
I had the same problem 2 years ago, except it was me who wasn't putting in the effort. He let go of me. At first, I was so depressed, but I managed to live through it and now I'm just so much happier. Looking back, I'm glad he let go. It was an unhealthy relationship filled with insecurities and control over the other person. I think when the other person isn't trying, it really says something because a relationship should essentially be mutual effort from both sides. You'll cope with the pain through time. Give it time and everything will fall into place. It's better to let go of something unhealthy than keep it around. The longer you keep it, the more it'll hurt.0
Trying letting it be, once you let it be. You acknowledge where the situation is right now in your life. And you can focus on yourself. A relationship is a two way street and actions speak louder than words. Clearly the actions and words aren’t enough for you and that’s okay. In life we don’t own anything. This is where detachment is necessary so you can be fluid to see the other beautiful things in life for you. Don’t focus on the negatives or positives live from love and light and put that same love and light onto yourself. The ending for you will be happy once you focus back on you! as for the ex lover, let them be! what is meant for you will always be yours! and you never know if something better is awaiting you! you have to focus on the now and work on healing and living in the moment!0
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