Transformation – An Inevitable Phase

Transformation – An Inevitable Phase

I am Broken…

I am Hurt…

I feel Worthless…

Nobody Loves me…

I do not deserve anything good…

I am Wrong…

I am Mistaken…

I have “Bad Luck”…

I feel Devastated…

I feel Lost…

Why it’s always me?

Blah…Blah…Blah…. (And the list goes on)…

Don’t you think I sensed your feelings accurately? 😉

Because I feel the same way when someone leaves me.

In fact, WE ALL trigger these “Void” feelings when someone parts with us.

But here is what I want to convey to you wholeheartedly…

“KINDLY, STOP LETTING YOURSELF OFF THE HOOK”

(Trust me, I say this to myself quite often)

It is pretty obvious to be clouded with such emotions which drains all our enthusiasm.

At the same time, It is very crucial to find pathways to move on with these scenarios by making a way through this cloudy sphere.

This article is just curated to have a check on those possible pathways.

So, STICK AROUND till the end…

At some points in our life, we all experience these sort of incidences where some people leave us for no reason or due to some reason.

Moving on with this situation seems easier said than done. For the next couple of weeks, our mind gets flooded with all those memories of affection, love, care, trust, an attachment that we had shared with the person who left us. That is the stage where it seems tough to find a way to move on.

But, HANG IN THERE !!!

“THERE IS ALWAYS A BLESSING IN DISGUISE” 🙂

In this article, I would jot down some practical points that you need to consider just TO COUNT THOSE BLESSINGS.

So, Just Bear with me for the next five minutes… (I know, you would not be repenting for being with me until the article gets over) 😉

1. PERFORM A REALITY CHECK –

Often times, this just skips through our mind to evaluate reality. We just keep thinking about people who left us in the midst of the storm. We often forget to check whether these people were serving a meaningful purpose in our life or not.

I have often observed, people who don’t deserve it in our lives are destined to part their ways sooner or later. At that moment generally, we do not get convinced with this thought but in the future when we look back to connect the dots, we end up finding a reason for this happening.

It is difficult to conclude at that moment what was that meaningful reason hidden behind such happening. We can not foresee our future therefore we can not conclude beforehand.

As we introspect after some time over such an incident, we do find a valid base to say “Whatsoever was happened, happened for my good”.

So, just take your time and hold your horses till you arrive at a meaningful story in the future.

2. ACKNOWLEDGE WHATEVER HAPPENED –

I always emphasize, “Acknowledgement is the first step towards moving on by healing emotional wounds”.

In the practical sense, I found this line is working like anything to bring people out of emotional trauma and mental agony. When you acknowledge past events, your brain accepts them to push you further to come up with multiple solutions to move on.

That’s why people who acknowledge their breakups quickly are those who move on with disturbing memories faster.

So, Make it Fast!!!

3. VALIDATE HOW YOU FEEL –

Emotional turmoils take time to fade away. We can not forget those incidences quickly. (Let’s be practical here) But we can definitely reduce the hurt caused by it. Time does heal everything but only when we put in our efforts for the healing.

Accept whatever you felt or how you feel now. Even if you feel guilty and empty, It’s OK.

Human emotions are inseparable elements of life. Consequently, it is absolutely fine to feel sad, unhappy, blue, disappointed.

All the time you can’t be pumped, motivated, positive, and happy.

Every emotion upholds some beauty within them.

Hence, Confess ALL emotions.

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