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Broken relationship: Why you should move on

By Josephine Oguntoyinbo

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T  he purpose of a relationship is to find your better half, the person that completes you. But one of the biggest roadblocks in creating a soul-matched relationship is that we tend to bring the pain and experiences from past relationships into present ones, and even into our search for the right ones.

If you have been hurt in the past, it is understandable that you might have developed issues with trust and confidence in your subsequent relationships.

Previous hurt and pain are the major reasons why people develop negative mindset around relationships in general but you need to do your healing work and see your partner’s behavior in a positive light.

The fact is that no two partners are the same. Though you may be holding onto past trauma or disappointment that does not mean that every partner will behave in the same way.

There is a tendency to project or put onto other people the fear, grief or resentment of the past when in reality this person does not represent those things at all.

The truth is that you have to move on from the past and prevent such issues from affecting the current relationship. How to know if your past is affecting you is to pay attention to the type of issues you and your partner is having.

When you are holding unto past issues, there is tendency to be arguing about things that should not really be an issue, this can hurt your partner badly, hence the need for you to forge ahead.

Your fear and behavior towards this issue may bring the worst out of someone you love. The result is what we call a self-fulfilling prophecy.  We simply end up bringing upon ourselves what we fear most. For instance, if you have fear of abandonment and you hold onto someone too much because you are afraid that he may leave you, then he will eventually abandon you. It does happen most times.

The truth is that when you start a relationship with clear state of mind and leave the past behind, it has higher chance of flourishing with less grief and discord. Always believe that this person is different; trust him because you cannot be treating someone poorly for the fault of another.

Every breakup requires time to heal. Someone who has breakup with a partner would have given herself time to process and heal.

Besides, the past impacts our present everyday whether through how we approach certain situations, or how we emotionally react to what people say.

You should not blame the new partner that comes into your life. It is not his fault, you are the victim. It is this kind of mentality that keeps people stagnant and unable to move forward in love and have a healthy relationship.

Lack of trust will not make you see the qualities in your new partner because you will always doubt his sincerity, question his motives and find fault where no fault exist.

You do not need to be coated in emotional armour to be in a secured relationship, remember that the walking wounded who have resolved not to love again finds little joy in a relationships, while their partners equally suffered from their emotional withholding.

Therefore, trusting your partner and being honest with him will help plant the seed of intimacy and make you happy forever.

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