Giblesp Posted November 2, 2017 Share Posted November 2, 2017 3 years back, I was dumped by the woman I loved. I rarely pray, but that night I walked into a park and prayed that I have another chance with her. Recently I made another prayer; I thanked the universe/god, etc that she was no longer in my life. That I was free of it. Genuinely, I am very, very grateful to not have this woman as my partner. Even though I have difficulties in my life, I am grateful for the blessings I have had. And parting ways with her was one of the biggest blessings I had. Not just from the perspective that I no longer have to put up wih her nonsense, but what I've learned about myself and what I'm looking for. We weren't a good match, for the simple reason that we broke up. There was no point in us getting back together again, as we'd just break up again. I enjoyed my time with her and I'm grateful for the break up, that was just as big a blessing. It gives me much happiness to not have to put up with the destructive tendencies of an otherwise lovely person. I can also face my own destructive tendencies in peace. Thats not to say that I have any resentment towards her, or any bad feelings. So what I'm saying is, if you've recently broke up with someone you're probably spending the larger part of your day wanting to be with them again. Missing them so much that you can't eat or sleep. Its like being ill, like someone's died. Id encourage you to be daring, and see the blessing that life has given you. You might not see it today, but work on yourself and eventually its going to come. How much of that pain that you are facing, is actually your issues, and nothing to do with her/him? Take a walk and a step back. Recognize that you have a new freedom in your life, that wasn't there before. New perspective, and life lesson. There is such a gift in a break up. It can be a gift and a powerful tool for self transformation. Link to comment
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