You can’t love again until you heal the pain that your lost love inflicted. Grieve, and as you do, you will become more emotionally healthy.
Consider a Therapist
Therapy saves and changes lives, period. If you are having a particularly hard time with the grieving process, a good therapist can guide you through. Feel free to contact me for therapist referrals anytime.
Recognize That You Thrive From Love
Loving others is critical to our human existence. It is important to understand that without love, life will never feel full.
Accept Who You Are
Accepting all parts of you gives you ownership of your journey and the power to decide what stays, what goes, and what can evolve.
Decide Love Is Worth the Risk
The fear of loving again and losing again is a real risk. However, can you afford to keep your heart closed?
Surrender the Old You
Identify the emotional obstacles in your present life and commit to remove them. Appreciate your past but rejoice in the possibilities of the future.
The more you love yourself, the more likely you are to attract a person who is emotionally healthy.
Self-nurturing is the basic foundation of building the Self. Be kind to yourself, daily!
Know the Type of Love You Want
Think about your next relationship. Set a standard for what you are seeking and what you will not accept.
Be Proactive in Your Happiness
Get out. Go out. Go to all the places you personally enjoy. Don’t obsess that “singles” are not there, this step is about you.
Open Yourself to the Possibilities
Remain open to new possibilities and you will become a magnet for greater opportunities.
Ease Into New Relationships Slowly
It is impossible to replace your lost love. Instead, allow new love to grow and blossom in its own way (on its own time).
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