The end of a relationship forces us to take on demanding tasks, such as brushing away the lost love from the heart, collecting it in a nylon bag and storing it somewhere.
Realizing the separation, letting the other go, “turning it off” in our inner world.
The advice of the psychologist to survive the end of a love
The end of a relationship forces us to demand tasks.
How to brush out lost love from our hearts, pick it up in a nylon bag and store it somewhere.
Realizing detachment, understanding the sense of lack that hurts so badly inside. Let the other go, “turn it off” in our inner world.
Remodel on new balances. It can really be all very complicated, partly even when we ourselves want it.
Separation in an attachment relationship is undoubtedly one of the most painful experiences.
We never feel ready even if in the past we have already known abandonments and detachments. Indeed, it often happens to be even more fragile and scared.
And even when the end is somehow announced it happens that it is not profoundly prepared.
As it seems absurd when we are coming out of a tormented relationship.