When you get married, you are absolutely sure that you have finally managed to find the right person with whom you will share the rest of your life. However, things do not always go as planned and the fairy tale ends up becoming a horror tale.
They say that “everything to serve ends” and what once worked, may now no longer be the same. But we already know that nothing is eternal and that applies to love relationships.
Perhaps you have thought about separating or getting divorced but a part of you thinks that you can fix things or worse, you are left with the idea that it is “what it should be” and that you “have to endure” staying there.
Society has taken it upon ourselves to believe that a divorce is “the worst thing that can happen to you.” For some reason he assumes that a woman who divorces is condemned to be alone for the rest of her life.
A separation or divorce is better than an unhappy relationship
A breakup is always difficult but a divorce feels on another level. You are confused, hurt and afraid; you wonder if you made the right decision, if you weren’t strong enough, or if you can ever be happy again. The answer is yes. If you do not feel full, you feel empty or that you are not growing together, so you made the right decision. If you got to the point of taking the step and accepting that things are not right, So you were strong enough
Never stay where you are not happy.
A divorce is not the end of the world and it does not mean that you will be condemned to eternal loneliness. It will never be easy, especially if there are children involved, but you must always remember that your well-being is their well-being.
Staying in a toxic relationship so that they “see that everything is fine” is not the way to bring them well-being. What are they going to learn from it?
The fear to loneliness sometimes it blinds us and does not allow us to get out of a relationship that does not suit us.
Love is not pursued or begged. You cannot force anyone to love you or to stay by your side. It is time for you to learn that you are not in control of the other’s feelings. Do not cling to a love that hurts more than it builds and do not stay just to meet the expectations of others.
Famous divorcees who have taught us great lessons.
“Life is too short to be in a relationship where you are not valued” – Anna Farris.
It seems hard to believe that the actress expresses herself like this from Chris Pratt, with whom she was married for almost 10 years. Never stay in a relationship that doesn’t accept or value you. A couple must function as a team where both have the same degree of responsibility and decision-making. It doesn’t work if the other guy turns his back on you.
“A relationship is not going to make me survive. It’s the icing on the cake ”- Jennifer Aniston.
Women who are addicted to freedom know that a relationship does not define their value. The person who arrives will be to complement you not to complete you, because you are not broken or empty. Jennifer has been haunted for many years for the relationship she had with Brad Pitt but she has made it clear that she did not need him to have a career or to be a powerful woman in Hollywood.
“There are things in my life that are difficult to reconcile, like divorce. Sometimes it is very difficult to understand how it could happen. Blaming is so easy. I have no time for hatred or negativity in my life. There is no place for that. ”, He said Reese Witherspoon to Parade magazine, regarding her split from Ryan Philippe.
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