great post about the necessity of letting go of harmful relationships.

The Hurt Healer

goodbyeoneLooking to the start of a new year can be exciting. It can be the time to plan ahead, and dream of good things to come.

But to make way for new beginnings, it’s important to let go of anything that is going to hinder or harm you. Nobody has an infinite amount of physical time, or emotional energy. So it makes sense to use what we have on relationships that will benefit not drain. That are reciprocal, not a burden.

We all have relationships in our lives that come to a natural end. For whatever reason our contact with that person has run its course. We move on without a sense of loss or pain.

But there are other relationships that we cling to. Or we continue to involve ourselves in, with the hope that there will be a shift in commitment, interest or behaviour. And it’s those interactions…

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Brilliant! 🙂 And I always thought that I had to carry things just because they were heavy….live and learn.

Wandering Bodhi

You know that feeling when you desperately want something to work but it just doesn’t. When you keep trying and trying but things just don’t seem to flow as they should.

It feels heavy, it feels doubtful, it feels confusing, it feels difficult. That’s when you know it’s time to let go.

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I love the way Abraham Hicks describes how a good-feeling relationship should feel. One word… EASE….. Watch the video here

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Great Tips on How to Think Your Way to Health

Turns out that how you think about your stressors has a great impact on your mental and physical health. This short video offers some tips on how to keep yourself healthy.

(Check out some of Dr.Evans’ other videos…one of my favorites is: 23 and 1/2 hours…it seems that 1/2 an hour of exercise, every day goes a long way to cure what ails you.)