Stress relief strategies for ending a relationship can allow you to you
to focus for success.
Let me explain

Mary experienced stress relief when she ended her relationship with her fiancé. She felt free of the demands of contributing to making the relationship a success. However, materially Mary was holding on to an asset although she said she wanted out and her request was accepted.

Mary was still clinging to what she thought her fiancé owed her. If you claim you are finished with a situation you need to let it go. You may not want to let go because you have been accustomed to putting conditions on people and situations. (I will only do this for you if you do this for me.)

Letting go unconditionally

However you need to let go unconditionally. What this means is that you give what you give without any strings attached. You see, in relationships this is easier said than done. When you end a relationship your emotions are usually out of whack because you are angry.

When I got divorce I was angry for many reasons. I was happy the relationship ended but I was still angry. I was angry at myself for spending so many years satisfying my family and neglecting myself. So my challenge was that I had put too many conditions on myself.

I was not unconditional with myself. Only through therapy and having a private practice have I understood what it feels like to be unconditional.

So what is the moral of the story?

Letting go takes time and patience. Letting go unconditionally allows you to open up your heart so that you can forgive and accept past circumstances and behaviors as life lessons.

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Cecil McIntosh, The EYC™ Stress Relaxation Expert with 14 years of experience helping Entrepreneurs like you, stay focused, get more done and find more time, so that you can live in the moment. He is a published author of many audio Relaxation Programs using accelerated learning approaches and a Teacher, NLP Trainer and Coach. You can reach Cecil at cecil.mcintosh@gmail.com

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