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Moving from dating into a relationship
If your relationship was longer, I can imagine there must be a lot more for you to deal with. Don’t bottle them in, because as we all know they will explode in the future when least expected.
Our baggage will be a mixture of sadness, regret, hope, wistfulness, melancholy, disappointment. Take time out for yourself to process these feelings. You might have heard of people who claim to have moved on by shutting off / avoiding their emotions altogether.
For myself, reading your responses and experiences have given me the invaluable opportunity to learn about you. All these require an ability to think consciously and to maintain a level of objectivity, which is hard because such matters are usually linked to deep sorrows and injured pride. Thinking you have moved on and having really moved on.
No matter how I tried to push away the past, it hung there like a shroud, affecting the way I thought about myself, my decisions, and my actions.
While these do help in some way, I realized that there is more than meets the eye.
A large portion why you can’t move on is probably because you keep seeing him/her as “the one” for you.
You just can’t see yourself with anyone else but him/her. This leads you to linger on and on, hoping for a “some day” which will never come.
Whatever you do, you will definitely be making progress every step along the way.
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Be it bitter or sweet, each time you are clearing baggage, bit by bit. Here are my personal 10 steps to help you in this healing journey. The (a) longer and (b) more intense your relationship is, the more baggage you’d have accumulated.Depending on how deep the emotional impact was, it might take several phases before you can really move on.Think of it as a journey, rather than a binary Yes/No checkpoint.As you connect with these emotions, slowly let them go.Feel them, understand the source, then release them.If the relationship was intense, your baggage will probably include hate, grief, anger, fear, shame and other deeper emotions. Whatever the emotion is, open yourself to the emotion fully. They may feel like they have moved on, but what’s really happening is the issue has just become so deeply buried that it doesn’t cause any immediate reaction.This means if you hate the person, feel that hatred. It’s like having a cut that is healed on the surface, but still has impurities underneath the scar.You think you have been liberated but truth is you are still living in a mental prison as you keep thinking about the person and past memories.This prevents you from receiving new things in your life.Some suggestions would be to talk to a good friend, journaling or meditation.Sleeping helps to clear mental baggage too – but just be conscious that you don’t turn to sleep as a source of escapism.