Allow Yourself to Heal

It’s one hell of a process but you’ve got to.

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It ended in tears, right?

Chances are whoever is reading has been through an unpleasant phase of their lives that they detest to date and any mere thought of it evokes a sense of anguish within.

You’re not alone, it’s many of us here, me too.

Whatever it was, it broke you, it tore you apart and ripped your everything wide open.

Gosh, it hurts so bad and it’s left you cursing, a bitter mortal and a has left a taint on your heart.

Was it a relationship? A friendship went down the drain? A betrayal? A promise that never came true? A failed business?

If you are reading this far and have been a victim of heartbreak, congratulations, you didn’t die and there’s still some great amount of hope.

Come on, let’s all heal.

Every time your actions are indirectly or directly influenced by past events that left you hurt and wounded, then you’ve not yet moved on nor healed from what tore you in the past as you want those around you to believe.

It also doesn’t require that much rocket science to figure out the source of your paranoia.

The thing about pretending that you’re fine when you’re not is that it shall always come back to you in some sort of way. You’ll keep hurting whether you want it or not.

You’ve got to make peace with yourself and allow that you need to fully heal.

Here’s everything I know that has helped me, my friends, random folks I have met across the counter lost in thought and some fellas battling a mid-life crisis but have somehow camped in my DMs for advice.

Give Yourself Time.

Healing from whatever deeply hurt you can take a lot of energy and time. Give yourself all the time and understand that it may take some time before you fully get back to the person you feel comfortable…

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Enywaru Pius

Writer: @PesaCheck I blog for believers, spirited optimists, and ambitious movers. I am writing to build a home that will be filled with Ideas & Inspiration.