Friday, 20 October 2017

Our ‘Almost’!

Relationships that don’t reach their destiny teach us so many things -

1. People are not possessions
Loving and then parting, shows us that, however much we care for a person, we can never own them, their thoughts and their decisions.

2. You learn how to let go gracefully
As hard as it may seem at the time, failed relationships teach you that letting go gracefully, and with your dignity intact, is far better than desperately clinging on to a sinking ship. There are certain relationships that are brought to us not as the happily ever after, but to teach you how to honorably let go and grieve the loss of a relationship.  

3. It teaches you that over-analysing a situation achieves nothing

4. It teaches us to never take anything for granted
At times, we take things we have for granted and only their loss makes us realize how important they were as a part of our own existence itself!

5. Sometimes, grieving is life time. Healing is not a linear process
The end of a relationship brings with it a spectrum of feelings where our emotions go from grief to relief, sadness to joy, and anger to excitement. As we travel along those spectrums, we may find that one day we feel like we’re on top of the world, to then feel instantly distressed when we see reminders of a past relationship. In that moment, we feel as if all of the progress we’ve made has gone down the drain Sometimes a person’s loss is forever and it will haunt you always, it is going to be a baggage you would have to carry till grave. Unfortunate, but true.


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