Is your relationship a battle that you have to face every day? Have you stopped to think how healthy are the personal relationships you build? How present are the attachment and jealousy in them?
These keys will help you evaluate your encounter with others and establish healthier links . Changing your life is your task, so do not wait to stop along the way.
It will not be easy, of course, but you can start with small actions that transform the vision you have of yourself and your personal relationships.
1. Invest in yourself: dedicate time to your projects. Think about your dreams and goals: study, exercise, write, go for a walk just to reflect, spend time in your home, cook for yourself , make yourself a relaxation session, be silent. Fill your life with love so that you attract all the love present in the world.
2. It’s time to forgive or let go: if something hurts you, if you have wounds to heal, do not you think it’s better to give way to forgiveness? Only when the pain is released can one move towards learning and living fully. Letting go is also healthy and, sometimes, necessary.
3. Reprogram yourself neurologically: do not tell me I can not , I’m not important , I’m dumb , I’m not pretty . Trust in your skills, in your smile and your being . Look in the mirror, think what you can improve and act. Start by loving the word and think positively.
4. Your social circle can do everything: strengthen relationships with your family and friends. Having contact with other people different from your partner is a remedy against attachment. Defend your spaces with respect if your partner is possessive and appreciates that the other wants to share with others.
5. Get in touch with your essence: who you are, what you feel, what you want for your life. Only you can answer those questions. Establish a direct relationship with your mind, your body, your spiritual part, your essence . Being calm is essential to build personal relationships without attachment. Meditate, pray, spend time in silence, visit a psychologist or counselor.
6. Goodbye to jealousy: think if you really have reasons to be jealous. If so, talk to your partner. If not, breathe deeply and trust. Ask yourself about the commitment that both you and the other have for the relationship … is it worth sacrificing your well-being for it? Change the jealousy for the dialogue. Transform attachment into love and build happiness from you and for you.