Every now and then people stumble into a wrong relationship. While people may not know how important their relationships can be to their mental and physical well-being, we all deserve to be happy. And through this requirement of being around the people that makes us feel great, we have to know the borderline between a terrible relationship and a wonderful one. Yes, you will be happier if you can identify what sort of relationship makes you happy and why it is important to let go of the wrong ones.
I have had my tears and wounds from a bad relationship. It is hard getting out if you find yourself stuck in it. You feel you have so much invested in the relationship and walking away from it may not be the right decision. It takes some responsibility and self-awareness for you to realize that walking away from a bad relationship could be the best choice you have. This is what I learned when I made this decision.
“One of the simplest ways to stay happy is to just let go of the things that makes you sad.” – Nishan Panwar
A wrong relationship never offers you the space or the opportunity to grow. You are stressed and tortured. And being in such a relationship doesn’t help you appreciate your true being or discover more interesting areas you may be good at. In my own experience I believed letting go, although not easy, afforded me the opportunity to learn and evolve into becoming a happier and more loving person.
You should not allow a relationship to make you so bitter and sad that you cannot recognize the elements of gladness that exists in your world.
You become responsible
Being in a wrong relationship can be an ugly reality and one we do not want to admit to. You hope and yearn that the other person changes and perhaps sees things from your own view. But sticking it out and having such hope just keeps one engaged and imprisoned. Getting out of a wrong relationship makes you more in charge and responsible of your own emotions. You realize that it is not the other person you should change because you really can’t change someone else. You have to know what is right and be responsible for yourself!
You deserve to be happy
Everyone deserves to be happy. There is no reason for someone to cling on to pain. Life is too short to be in a relationship that makes one hurt or unhappy. You have to be happy and the best way to attain that is to let go.
You can open the doors for a healthier and more interesting relationship
The truth is that there is someone out there who is looking for somebody just like you. If you are caged in a wrong relationship it will be hard for you to be with someone who will respect and appreciate you for who you are.
You have to give yourself the permission to live life fully and experience the freedom of the wonderful gifts that come from being in a loving and healthy relationship. You do not need someone who tries to control your every move or who doesn’t allow you to be who you are.
You start loving yourself
You do not need to adjust yourself to someone else’s standard. Such can demean and hurt your self-esteem. Leaving a wrong relationship offers you the chance to appreciate who you are. When I was in the wrong relationship I tried adjusting myself to the other person’s expectation of me. But it was a simple waste of time. People have to learn to love you and be comfortable with being around you. any relationship that falls short of that is certainly not right for you.
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