When You Tried Everything, But Your Relationship Failed

Kaetlyn Summers Posted a year ago
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Giving something or someone the best of you yet facing failure at the end of it is hard to cope with. The process may be difficult, but recovery is a possibility no matter how deep the wound. The soul always knows how to heal but the question is how to silence the head and heart for it to work out.

Health, family issues, society and personal matters etc. can be a cause of sending all your efforts down the drain in case of a failed relationship. Even though you did your best, it just did not work out but then again, remember you cannot control everything.

Dealing with the aftermath of a failed relationship is a difficult process. One needs all the motivation and support one can get.

So here are a few steps in order to do that and become a better version of you again, even after things did not work out for the better. Because as Stephen Chbosky said, we can’t decide where we come from but we can certainly choose where we go from there.

  1. Accept that you can’t always make them happy

Happiness comes as a choice to many people. If you tried your best to make your partner make that choice yet they still didn’t then it is not so much as your fault as much as the fault in their own decision-making. You need to accept that you cannot always make them happy no matter what you do. - Continue reading on next page