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So your relationship failed – for whatever reason – and now you’re ready to move on. Perhaps it feels like you’re starting all over again, from scratch. This is not strictly true – it’s really just a concept in your head. you’re not starting from scratch at all: you have added layers of experience to your mind and the use will hopefully enrich your decision-making processes.
Moving on after a breakup is in itself a decision: you have to decide to move on. This is good: everything starts with a decision.
Instead of looking at your situation as ‘starting from scratch’ look at it as having a world of opportunity right in front of you. The truth is that now you’re no longer in a relationship you are free to do a lot of things that you simply couldn’t do inside your relationship for one reason or another.
You no longer sharing a boundary with somebody else – your responsibilities have shifted: now it’s all about you.
There are good aspects to being single, as well as there are good aspects to being in a relationship. Right now you don’t have the latter, so it’s not a matter of choice. You’re single, so the only choice you have is either looking at the pros or the cons of your situation. Make it the pros.
It can be a brave new world out there if you want it to be, or you can take this opportunity to start looking for a new more fulfilling relationship. What ever you do, take this opportunity to educate yourself on your choices and on becoming better.
Take a little time to read through some of the related articles on this site which will help you deal with some aspects of your new situation, and don’t forget to download your free copy of How to get over your ex (just click on the image below).
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