Learning To Detach
Learning to Detach
Forgive me for my unapologetic opinion. My relationships have been going down hill for a while now. My personal experience within relationships had showed me how I act just like my mother and father at times. What I have noticed from doing my research is an attachment style. I avoid hardships in my relationship and become very anxious hoping my partner will never go away while even putting up with the abuse.
I get so wrapped up in a relationship and pleasing that other person that I completely leave myself to rot away. I then focus my whole life and feelings toward my significant other. I then begin to lose who I am. This is good because now I can learn how to Detach myself from what is painful.
Seeing yourself for the very first time is not easy. Especially if you have been in many toxic relationships. These relationships have kicked your butt and made you into a man/woman that you never even knew existed because you were in a secure state of mind. Nothing could stop you, until you met the person you thought was "the one." Remember when single, it is ok to pursue whoever you want and whenever you want. I
That person of interest has to learn to adhere to what you want. Compromising and communicating with you in a respectful manner is key. Shutting you out, being disrespectful and not being open to you fully whether it be a text or call is not the person for you. Choose wisely and learn to detach yourself from that toxic attachment of pain. Everyone wants and deserves love.
This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.
© 2019 Sasha Pollard