Leaving Someone You Love

Leaving Someone You Love

You deserve to be happy, and you deserve to be in love but if someone isn’t treating you right, breaking up might be the best thing for you. There are people that sometimes break up with someone and they feel that it’s the worst thing that has ever happened to them. The truth is though, breakups aren’t always a bad thing. Sometimes people love each other but they don’t work well together, and they are really better off without them.

The idea of love and being together doesn’t mean that you’re going to be happy with the person that you choose. It also doesn’t mean that you should be with them if they don’t respect you or if they don’t let you live up to who you are. It can be upsetting and frustrating, but it doesn’t have to be. Love is about wanting someone to be happy even if you can’t be with them.

Here are some reasons you should leave someone even if you love them!

  • You Can’t Forgive Them

If you have a partner that has really hurt you, such as cheating on you or disrespecting you, you need to be able to forgive them in order for the relationship to work. If you can’t forgive them and every time you look at them you feel hurt, you will never be able to make the relationship work how you want it to.

You will always feel that they don’t love or respect you and whatever mistakes that they make from now into the future will always bring up the hurt. Don’t keep both of you in bondage by staying together.

  • You Make Each Other Worse

You should make you and your partner better when you’re together. You should be able to communicate with each other, to raise each other up and to have a relationship that is amazing. If you find that you are constantly fighting and you are always stressed, chances are that you aren’t good for each other. When you bring out the worse instead of the better with each other this can be a problem.

  • You No Longer Want to Try

Love is all about trying again and again. When you no longer want to put in the effort and try to make yourself and your partner happy, there will be no motivation to make the relationship work. If you don’t care about each other enough to want them to be happy then chances are you have grown out of love, and it might be time to move on with your life.

  • They Deserve Something More

When you get to the point where you no longer feel that you love someone the way that they deserve to be loved and you think that they deserve something more, they probably do. Sometimes we realize that we aren’t enough, and we don’t want to try anymore. When this happens, you need to let your partner go.

Final Thoughts

When you really love someone and you don’t feel that you can let things go, build them up, you no longer care about their happiness or a long list of other things, it might be time to let them go and to leave them.

Letting go to is a hard decisions and it is painful for everyone, but you can show someone even more love in a breakup than staying with them out of obligation or staying with them when they or you are miserable. True love is letting someone go when the relationship is no longer healthy.