Past relationships good and bad shape us into what we are today. They can also keep us from moving forward or being 100% into where we need to be. How should we handle this dilemma?
You Don’t Need Them!
I often get callers who are either calling about an ex, or the person they are calling about is hung up on an ex. It’s spring! Let’s air out the ex closet!
Address some issues about your ex. What did the ex ever do for you? Maybe the ex cuddled with you while watching the latest Johnny Depp movie. Maybe the ex cooked great food. Or, maybe the ex even knew how to liven up your bedroom like you were a sultan. But was it really all that or are you just lonely and thinking of the good times, forgetting the reason it ended?
But what didn’t they do for you? While cleaning out your ex closet, you need to look at all the items within. They didn’t clean, they only talked and never really listened when you most needed to be heard, and you always felt like the one putting in all the effort to make the relationship successful. Was that how the relationship felt? Why do you miss that partner?
Maybe, in the ex closet, you find the suitcase full of baggage. The stuff the partner left in your soul which burdens you and keeps you from committing to another person. Did your ex actually kindle your flames? Or did the ex mess up your idea of a real love, a true love? Did the ex make you afraid of getting involved intimately again?
Now you’re deep in the closet, going through the special shoe box. The memories which keep you holding on to your ex. These other things mentioned above? Those were the everyday. The shoe box is where you placed the bonds, the special times when you gazed into each other’s eyes under starlight, or danced that one slow dance to your song at your friend’s wedding. The time the ex held you when your mom died, or when you were sick and the ex cared for you.
I don’t suggest you throw away that shoe box, not one bit of it. Not one scrap. But the rest of it in the closet? Pitch it. You don’t need it. The shoe box memories will keep you believing you can find love again, and I advise you to look through that box once in a while, but keep it way back in the closet and only pull it out and dump its contents when you think you’ve never felt love.
I don’t think you should live in that shoe box, but every closet has at least one shoe box. Some, many. Every shoe box represents you caring about someone, sharing with someone, loving someone. And that should never be thrown out or tossed aside, but carefully placed inside your heart so you have more to give the next time around. And you will, especially when you’ve cleaned out the burdens and unnecessary things the rest of the closet has hoarded.
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