Accept the Truth...With No Exceptions
Posted by James Lane for BounceBack.com
When we breakup with someone, we don't want to believe we did anything wrong. That we may have been the cause of this tumultuous down fall that has led us to be single, yet again. Instead, we try to shift the blame on our partner, our friends, and even our work. It is so hard for us to accept the truth that the reason the relationship ended was solely because of something we said or something we did.
It may have a lot to do with our egos, and it may have a lot to do with being naive, but realizing that we were at fault is a hard pill to swallow. We will recount the story to our family and close friends, leaving out important, detrimental facts such as "I always started the fights", "I was jealous", or "I cheated". We cannot have anyone else looking down on us and thinking we were the bad guy, so we tell them everything...except the truth.
What we must remember is that being honest with our friends is important, but