LETTING GO!

Letting Go!

‘After 15 years I still think about him all the time’.

‘I still wear my wedding ring, I never take it off.’

‘I just can’t get over that fact that he left me for a much younger woman.’

I could go on and create a very long list of statements I have heard from some of my clients or in general conversation with someone who knows what work I do.

So many women and men are caught up in the past and unable to move on with their lives?  Unable to accept that the relationship has ended and life as they once knew it is over.

Many still living with blame, anger, resentment and regret for far too many years.

Who are they trying to punish?  And who are they really hurting?

I absolutely love my work and this is something that both frustrates and saddens me.

None of us know how long we have on this earth.  And yet we go about our day-to day lives as if we will live forever.  We talk about all the things we will do, one day!

Each one of us will, one day look back and wish we had done more, played more, risked more, danced more, laughed more and loved more.  We will all have those moments of regret for something we did or didn’t do but to put your whole like on hold, to hit the pause button so you can hang onto your story for years and years about how you were treated, or how much you suffered seems to me such a waste.

Letting go is a choice. Never letting go is also a choice.

If you enjoy reading, than I suggest that you  grab a copy of ‘The Language of Letting Go” by Melody Beattie.  A great book to help you with any number of issues that are all a natural part of being human.

I know many of you struggle with this so keep your eye out for more on this topic in upcoming blog posts.

Your thoughts, comments, personal story or suggestions are important to me.

With love and gratitude

Jenny xx

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About Jenny Smith

Jenny Smith has written 81 post in this blog.

Jenny is an absolute advocate and champion for women rediscovering themselves through the process of divorce.

She is the creator of the Divorced Women's Club www.divorcedwomensclub.com.au and Co-creator of Separation Made Easy www.separationmadeeasy.com. She delivers bespoke programs for women through her coaching services, writing, on-line programs and the Divorced Women's Club Members Lounge, a safe and private community for women to connect, share and support each other.

Jenny Smith

Jenny is an absolute advocate and champion for women rediscovering themselves through the process of divorce. She is the creator of the Divorced Women's Club www.divorcedwomensclub.com.au and Co-creator of Separation Made Easy www.separationmadeeasy.com. She delivers bespoke programs for women through her coaching services, writing, on-line programs and the Divorced Women's Club Members Lounge, a safe and private community for women to connect, share and support each other.