There are three categories of people in the search for love and companionship, those who are truly searching, those who have given up hope and those in denial. Let’s analyse those in denial, because I’m sure most of us have been in this category at one point in our lives.
Have you ever been in a relationship, and it feels as if you cannot connect with your partner? Have you blamed a partner for an offence that you feel he/she might commit in the future? These are the problems of our past hunting our future. Your insecurities can make you find fault where there are none. Sometimes your insecurities can create these faults.
The vicious circle of self inflicted-emotional pain is a reality. How can you expect love and dedication when you are not willing to give the same? We all can be victims of our past but the choice to rise above the pain you feel is yours. So let’s examine our lives and ask ourselves these questions. Who am I? Am I where I want to be? What do I need to do to change my situation? It is only when you ask yourself these difficult questions and rise above your denial that you could begin to heal. Just remember, if your pain from your past relationship continues festering, its because you subconsciously blame yourself for a part of your pain. It is only when you acknowledge your guilt that you can move on.
Its time to rise above your pain, throw away your baggage of denial and begin your life again. Remember, there is no gain without pain and the price of risk might also be a reward.