When you’ve loved and invested everything you had in the relationship, from financial resources to thoughts, emotions, hopes, dreams, time in your life, and everything you had best, breaking up hurts, especially when you didn’t want it; you just got stuck with it.
Breaking up, as the end of a love relationship, brings with it hopelessness, disappointment, despair, fear of the future, fear of not holding the person you love, fear of never loving the same person again, fear of the unknown, the feeling of inability to adapt to life without the other, the uncontrollable thoughts that obsessively turn to the partner, the feeling that you were not good enough, not beautiful enough, not a fighter, the sense of injustice, anger and rebellion, the desire to lie down. Breakups can be painful. They open the floodgates of all our emotions, steal our thoughts, and shake us to the last shred of our being.
And yet, we get over it. Because every human being is valuable in their way, and because every human being is entitled to love, deserves it, and will seek it until they find it in the form they truly resonate with.
We offer you some affirmations to believe in, for they will guide you, along with other factors, in your process of healing and change, in your circle of assimilating the lessons of life – the lessons of love.
- You never lose when you love. You can only win, even if sometimes the footprints of love have stepped on suffering.
- Even if I am sad, I will seek to have activities that do not indulge in gloomy thoughts. I know that what happened was only part of the story of my life.
- I have attracted the right person to help me understand my weaknesses and vulnerabilities, and I am committed to turning them into strengths.
- As I have loved in the past, I will love again. I will find happiness.
- I will find the person who appreciates me for who I am, respects me, and will love me, my soulmate is wandering the world, and we need to find each other.
- I am slowly letting go of the past and opening myself to all the possibilities of life and love that serve my soul.
- If I am not the right person for it, then someone else is. I let him be happy with the person he loves. I will find my way. I’m going towards what’s best for me.
- Everyone has the right to choose to be in a relationship or not. I accept and respect the partner’s decision.
- I am learning to love spending time with myself. I’ve changed, and I still have a lot to discover.
- I am grateful for all I have learned from this relationship. I will forgive what I think is forgivable, and I will not take the remorse with me.
- My life is perhaps the greatest gift I have ever received. I love myself, appreciate myself, and heal my wounds with gentleness and kindness.
- I deserve to be loved anytime, even when my soul is crying.
- I am a wonderful being, unique in the Universe; I will give love and receive it unconditionally.
- Though it hurts, loneliness helps me find myself and love myself again, as I deserve.
- Even though I don’t understand this parting now, and my soul writhes in pain, I know the time will come when I will think of it as just one experience in my life. I will be patient.
- I will let go of resentment, anger, or hatred. I transform my energy of grief into the power of forgiveness.
- I think about all that was to heal myself. I need to relive moments, like a living archive, to find their place in my mind and soul. I think to cleanse. I believe in healing myself.
- Somewhere there is someone for whom I am beautiful, I am valuable, I am what they have, and I need.
- My life depends only on me and not on others. People come in and out of my life, with or without my will. These are all natural things, and I cannot control them. I don’t believe that it is my fault.
- I have the strength to forgive and move on. I give myself time to heal.