This Is Why We Can't Let Go of People Who Are No Longer Good for Us

When we realize we've developed feelings for someone, we feel something we almost cannot control. These feelings can either be pleasant or unpleasant, and many of us know that love is not always a positive thing. We are humans, and this is life. It's as simple as understanding that with good comes some bad. When you first begin to love someone, there's this overwhelming shift in how you view them as well as yourself. This person brings a smile to your face. They also bring sadness to your face when they aren't around for a prolonged period of time. Missing someone hurts, but that's love. Your emotions are powerful. You care so much about what your partner thinks, desires and worries about. The thought of losing them is enough to bring you to your knees. Love grows deeper as time goes by. The memories you make, the spaces you take up, the highs and lows that occur, all create a deeper meaning to our emotions. However, there is undoubtedly much more to love than simply emotions, which certainly keep two people together. If two people stop exciting each other, however, they might fall out of love. It begins with emotions spiraling downward from positive to negative. Things feel off, and the only thought that can brings us back to how much we love this person is the negative emotion of what it would feel like to lose them. Suddenly, we now associate this person with sadness, and everything hurts even more. When your relationship reaches this point, it's time to let go. You are tricking yourself into wanting to be with the person based solely on the sadness associated with losing them, rather than the reasons that were causing the relationship to be off in the first place. Letting go of someone is never easy, especially when they hold so much power over you. Though you have to remind yourself in times like these that you cannot allow your love to stay alive simply on negativity alone. And if you do, you will only find yourself more miserable. Remember, it's not that you can't let go, it's just that you don't want to, but that doesn't make the facts any different.
Have you ever found yourself struggling to let go, and holding on based on the fear of living without them? Source: Elite Daily [caption id="attachment_121549" align="alignnone" width="100"]@BodyRockOfficial @BodyRockOfficial[/caption] [caption id="attachment_121550" align="alignnone" width="100"]@BodyRockTV @BodyRockTV[/caption]

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