by Gladys Diaz
I want you to ask yourself a question, and I invite you to be 100% honest with yourself as you answer…
Are you still holding onto a past relationship?
The reason I ask you is because I was speaking with someone earlier this week who has spent almost a year completely consumed with the ending of her relationship.
She is having trouble focusing, working on her business, and it’s beginning to impact her health and friendships.
Now, I want you to know. This is not a “weak woman.”
She is a strong, successful woman who knows herself to be powerful and is not afraid of facing challenges.
Still, when it comes to this heartbreak, it’s been hard to get over what happened, let go of the pain, and move forward with her life.
The thought of opening her heart and trusting someone new feels terrifying, and, while she really does want to be in a loving relationship, she just doesn’t know if she is ready to do that yet.
The reason I’m sharing this with you is because I know how hard it can be to let go of a past love and even consider the thought or possibility of loving and being loved by someone new.
The fear of having your heart broken again may actually be stopping you from even admitting that you want a relationship.
So, you throw yourself into your work.
You tell yourself you’re “okay” with being single.
You do anything and everything to avoid interacting or connecting with the opposite sex.
Or… you go to the other extreme and have a lot of casual, dead-end “micro-relationships” with men you know are not interested in anything other than “hanging out” or hooking up.
You try not to feel.
There is a natural grieving process after a breakup, and that is something Michelle and I help women with all the time so that they are moving forward in a healthy and self-nurturing way.
However, if you are resisting moving forward, pretending that you are “over it,” or you really do feel as if you can’t let go of your ex or the relationship, then it’s important that you learn how to let go of the past and all of the pain so that you can open up your heart and life to receive the love of a man who truly does want to love you for a lifetime.
If this is you and you are ready to at least explore the possibility of letting go of an old relationship and opening up to receiving the right one, then we have opened up our calendar for the next couple of days to help you do just that.
CLICK HERE to take your first step in letting go and moving forward.
On this call, we will discuss where you are at in the letting go process, determine which Love Barriers are stopping you from moving forward, and give you the best next steps you can take to let go and move forward, toward the love that is already waiting for you.
It’s time to let go. You know it inside. And it’s okay that this scares you a bit.
The good news is that you don’t have to do this alone. We’re here to support you. Let us help you take a step toward the love and happiness you deserve and desire!
I have been in limbo for 7 yrs. I just can’t seem to really let go of my estrange husband. We were married almost 30 yrs in what I thought was a happy marriage. He had an affair, realized his mistake and to thus day still wants our life back.
We live separately but he comes into the house a few time every so many months . He supports me 100% as I’ve never worked, I am 65.
I know I will never be intimate w him again as I just can’t stomach him being w another in our marriage. He killed us, as I didn’t realize what a deal breaker it was for me.
That about where I’ve been for the past 7 years, stuck in my past life, married but not spouse, single but can’t date.
What would suggest as we don’t want to divorce for financial reasons.
Susan, if you really don’t want to be divorced and you don’t want to be intimate with him, is what you have with him right now enough for both of you? Will you be happy being with him and not having any romantic intimacy at all, or would you like to learn how to let go, forgive, and have a real, loving marriage with him. Either way, it’s entirely your choice. I hear a desire for more, and, if that’s the case, I know we can help you let go, heal, and create a new marriage with him, if it’s what you truly want.