Everything Happens For a Reason

Everything happens for a reason.

I’m a firm believer in that and I’ve experienced it many times over the years.

Even though you may feel like your life has ended, the truth is that it could be a way to “clear your schedule” for bigger and better things down the road. I know that’s the last thing you want to hear and the last thing you believe right now, but history has taught us that it’s more likely than not.

I know where you are right now – at least, I think I know.

If you’ve just been dumped, the only thing on your mind is fixing your situation. And that means getting your ex back as quickly as possible.

It consumes 100 percent of your thoughts. Everything else in your life is put on the back burner. Nothing seems as important as getting your ex back.

The funny thing about being in this mindset is that you end up looking at the situation a little skewed. You tend to only want to remember the very best of times. In a sense, you have your ex up on a pedestal where they can do no wrong.

All your memories are amazing. Your ex is amazing. Your relationship was amazing.

But, as we all know, that’s not reality. There are plenty of things that your ex did that irritated you or that you disapproved of . I can say this even though I don’t know you because that’s the way relationships are. That’s the way people are. It’s just the way it works.

No one is perfect. And soon you’ll realize that your ex isn’t either.

In the meantime, did you ever wonder if your breakup is a blessing in disguise? What if there were someone out there right now that was your true soul-mate? I know what you’re thinking… Your ex was your soul-mate. Well, maybe – but not likely. In 6 months time, revisit that and I am sure you’re going to feel much different.

Nature – The universe… We all live by the same rules. Occasionally, it all comes crashing down in order to build something new, something better. And it’s no different with relationships.

Take time to grieve right now, but keep this in the back of your mind. You will get over your breakup and knowing that an even better relationship lies ahead may just give you something to cling on to when it looks like you’ll never experience happiness again.

Strangely enough, it all takes care of itself. You aren’t going to be hurting forever. And you won’t be pining for your ex forever.