Letting Go Of A Toxic Relationship

Fear of what lies ahead can make it tough to let go of any type of toxic relationship.

I recently had an illuminating conversation with a loved one. We discussed an issue she was having with a very close friend.

In my opinion, my friend’s situation seemed to come down to a sense of powerlessness and love—a true but toxic friendship.

In any such case, we must not be afraid to move on and to discover how beautiful we all are as people.

When emotional detachment is to take place, or an actual letting go of a person we love in any way, even a best friend or lover—when we identify our own deepest feelings about any such relationship, and we makes a decision; if to let go of someone for any reason, at last and altogether, it’s certain that better things do come—and they will indeed for each person involved in a toxic or “bad” relationship.

Jonathan Harnisch

About Jonathan Harnisch

Author | Mental Health Advocate | Schizophrenia | Artist | Blogger | Podcast Host | Patent Holder | Hedge Fund Manager | Film & TV Producer | Musician
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