Like high-flying kites, relationships can come crashing ignominiously down. And, also, like those initially high-flying kites, several yards of trailing matter generally comes down with the crashed relationship, threatening to keep you earth-bound should you attempt to fly again.
Of course, those trailers aren't literal, rather, figurative chains, with names like remorse, sadness, bitterness and anger, usually not a small amount of which centers around your evil ex.
However, If you truly want to fly free and unfettered by those trailing, emotional chains, you may have to stop referring to him, or her, the ex, that is, as evil. You're going to have to pull up your grown up pants and realize that because his or her path in life diverged from yours does not make them evil. You did care about them deeply once. In order to truly put the former love of your life behind you, you should wish them good things, think of them as a friend that entered your life when you needed them and then let him, or her, go and take care of you.
- Because the anger you feel towards your ex is most detrimental to you, you'll do yourself a favor If you learn to see your ex as an old friend.
- Try wishing your ex well, remembering that everyone's path is unique, meeting and then diverging with other paths, and usually without any overt desire to harm.
- Once you let go, it's time to focus on you and how special you are, with or without a partner.
“Different ages, genders, and races. It doesn’t matter if you’re age is 16 or 60, if you are male or female, gay or straight, a broken heart feels the same to everyone.”