Let me know below if you agree👇Not everything you lose is a loss. Some things are better left in the past. Sometimes things will go themselves, sometimes it requires your effort. Don’t be afraid of taking responsibility. Short term pain with long term gain is a great mindset! @jayshetty jayshetty Jay Shetty

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  • Let me know below if you agree👇Not everything you lose is a loss. Some things are better left in the past. Sometimes things will go themselves, sometimes it requires your effort. Don’t be afraid of taking responsibility. Short term pain with long term gain is a great mindset!
    Jay Shetty Let me know below if you agree👇Not everything you lose is a loss. Some things are better left in the past. Sometimes things will go themselves, sometimes it requires your effort. Don’t be afraid of taking responsibility. Short term pain with long term gain is a great mindset!

    Let me know below if you agree👇Not everything you lose is a loss. Some things are better left in the past. Sometimes things will go themselves, sometimes it requires your effort. Don’t be afraid of taking responsibility. Short term pain with long term gain is a great mindset!

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danschawbel - Dan Schawbel 2 weeks ago

I see so many people who stay in relationships that are toxic out of FEAR that they will be lonely, have shame or be looked down upon by family and friends. They would rather stay with their toxic significant other than break free and date again. In their minds, the weight, fear and discomfort of having to find someone new is greater than the cost of staying with the person they are with. It's a scary mindset to have because you're limiting yourself and putting yourself in a situation that becomes harder to get out of everyday. It's harder to get out of a relationship as each day passes, so it's much better to get out of it now, have the short term *pain* of not having someone, but a lifetime of gratitude that you got out of something detrimental to your health, happiness and well-being. Please don't let the convenience of being around a toxic person outweigh your need to be fulfilled. Don't choose convenience over happiness. Don't fear being alone because your friends are all in relationships - find new single friends!!! Stay in a relationship for the right reasons, not the wrong ones. Temporary pain is MUCH BETTER than a lifetime of regret!

jimkwik - Jim Kwik 🧠 2 weeks ago

Often a loss is really a gain. Proof that sometimes when you subtract, you also multiply. ❤️

savannahhairandmakeup - Michelle Daley 2 weeks ago

👏🏻🤘🏻 Yes! I was in a relationship during which I started chemo and he wasn’t ‘present’ or supportive - but instead expected me to still care for his autistic son and cater to his family when I should have been caring for myself - walked away and haven’t looked back and thriving 5 years later 🙏🏻

aubrays - Aubray 2 weeks ago

I definitely agree. It takes courage to walk away from a toxic, abusive, or any type of relationship that makes us feel less than. Why? Because of shame. Shame has a way of keeping us in one spot. It has a way of silencing our voice and keeping us at a standstill. It has us questioning if we truly deserve better. Walking away is even harder because of the shame that we picked up along the way. We accepted the abuse because we didn’t feel adequate or deserving or worthy. And that all comes down to shame. We put up with someone’s ulterior motives, negative behavior, and one-sided friendship because we set aside our worth. And many times, most of the times, it’s because we have shame in arriving at this destination in the first place. The truth is, there is no shame in who we love or even getting our hearts broken along the way. Staying or remaining for longer than we should have eggs on more shame but there’s no shame in that either. Once we throw shame out and understand we deserve more, that is when leaving becomes courageous. We might think we are losing something but we are gaining ourselves and that, in my book, is the ultimate win.

shell1064 - shelly schneider 2 weeks ago

Yes I may have won but now I’m dealing internally with the fallout. 😞. I am getting better but still have hard days.

aurelydiana - Diana Sarlee-Wirix 2 weeks ago

I totaly agree i just devorved my ex-husband now 7 monds ago ,it was the best lost i ever had. Now i’m a happy proud single mother of a 2,5 year beautefull daughter. And i feel stronger then ever even if its sometimes a struggel . I’m happyer then ever! 🙏🏻💖

stevenmatthewadams - Steven Matthew Adams 2 weeks ago

@jayshetty it takes a certain degree of self-awareness to know when an experience is either no longer serving you, or is unhealthy. further, it takes a certain degree of courage and self-love/respect to act on that awareness by extricating yourself from that experience, in the most compassionate way possible. it's a sad irony, but so many of us would rather cling to an unhealthy "known", rather than let go and create space for the "unknown" to bring an experience that supports our health, happiness, growth and well-being. yet, to do just that, and do that consistently, it what is absolutely necessary for life to unfold as it should. we never have to hold onto anything else when we hold ourselves. 🙇🏻‍♂️♥️🙏🏻

theeffectivequote - Wisdom and Motivational Quotes 2 weeks ago

I agreee🙌 walking away from the person u luv is very tough..it requires efforts..but walking away is better than paining ur heart..forget the bitter past and live ur life...."when u loose something, dont think of it as a loss, accept it as a gift that gets you on a path you were meant to travel on."

noora_m11 - Dreamer 🔮 2 weeks ago

The thing about that kind of relationship is that it does more damage than good , even after I finally got myself to walk away after 6 years of emotional abuse, I still feel like it was all my fault , and that’s the thing with emotional abuse , they control you with guilt and take all your self worth that you start to believe that they’re all right and you’re the bad guy, I don’t know how I will ever recover from that , i’ve been trying for months and nothing seems to work that I think i’m starting to get depression, I always go back to square one.