If It’s Not Time To Let Go


There is a time to let go and surrender.  There is also a time to embrace what is happening around us.  A time to accept that something has happened.  Sometimes we need time just to process what is going on.

Deep inside we know when it is time to let go – and we also know when it is not time yet.  As well meaning as others are, they do not know us as well as we know ourselves.  Listen to your heart.

Trust your intuition.  We can embrace what we cannot change.  We can let it go when we are ready.


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  1. Just like now, for me, I’m still processing the breakup with the love of my life, Laurie. I feel in my soul that I can’t let it go. I’m not ready to. Will I ever be? She moved me in way that no other woman moved me. I was so happy and in love with her that it came out as happy tears and emotions. The breakup hurt. It still hurts. Will she and I ever get back together? I have no clue. I’d love for us to. I can’t let her go. I love her too much. I’m not ready to move on. I’m so scared that if I move on and give up on her, I lose a chance that I might have gotten. I hang onto something that may not come back. I feel if I turn my focus onto something else, I lose focus on her. I don’t want that. I’m so hurt and scared and I have no clue what to do now.

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  2. This was a beautiful post, short but packed full of meaning. It has really reminded me of a book I recently read entitled, “Love Never Dies: How to Reconnect and Make Peace with the Deceased” by Dr. Jamie Turndorf (http://askdrlove.com/). This is not a religious book by any means, this one is purely spiritual, and very comforting to read. The most common form of grief therapy pushes you to grieve, let go and move on… Dr, Turndorf has emphasized the exact opposite; it is so important to reconnect and, if needed, make peace with the deceased. Never forgot the loved ones you have lost. Celebrate them, talk to them, share them with others. I don’t think in all instances one should be looking to let go.

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