By Sheevaun Moran.
I have had many break ups in my life. My most memorable break up was when I was sixteen and I was dating a 21 year old. We were very aligned and we both knew it. He broke up with me because he somehow had a vision that I had to leave the small town I grew up in and make a difference. I was devastated and lost and yet I picked myself up and went off to Florida before college to begin my journey.
My life has been an amazing journey and one that would have turned out very differently had I stayed in that small town.
Break ups in love and business are always a blessing. They are always for the greater good and sometimes we just need to be reminded.
The beginning of the year is the time when, statistically, there are the greatest numbers of break ups. This time of year is also when there are the greatest numbers of deaths because people have made it through the holidays and seem to let go more easily.
I’ve had more than my share of deaths occur in the early stages of the year. That is when I lost my husband to a sudden accident. His death was what took me on this journey of wanting to have control over my own health and my own wellness.
That has been an even more amazing journey and one that may not have happened had he lived. He lives on through all the amazing stories of clients whose lives are better off.
So, tell me… how have you woken up from your break up?
Your break up has been a solution that may not have come about. If you’re stuck in the pain of the break up, look for the good in the break up. I promise you, it’s there!
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This was a brief and to the point article about what the author has learned from her break-ups, and having the courage to move on. Hanging out in guilt or blame only slows us down from being open to new possibilities. I like her openness in sharing from her own experiences!