Hurting after a breakup? To heal and grow from the experience, you must first be honest about your role in the relationship's demise. Try these tips from my book, Real Love, Right Now.
We must learn from each of our failed relationships so that we can be healthier and happier in the next one. Some of my clients claim that the end of their relationship was completely their partner's fault and they did absolutely nothing wrong themselves. Clearly, these people are stuck in a place of ego and cannot see the truth about their own actions, but hiding from the truth about their own responsibility will only keep them stuck. You must be accountable for your own behavior in every failed relationship so that you can forgive yourself and move on to experience the love that God has waiting.
Even in the most extreme examples-if you were cheated on or abused-you played a role by allowing this person into your life in the first place. Don't get me wrong-I'm not sayingRead More »from Why Failed Relationships Are Good for You