Relationships end, this is inevitable. I'm sure that for most of us, we aspire to have things come to a close on a note that feels positive. Though sadly, this is not always possible.
Ends can be traumatic, they can also be filled with growth. Ends can be sad, they can be also joyous. Ends can be the beginning of something new, or the sorrowful goodbye of something no longer working.
Is it possible to be in a place of hurt, loss, grieving, anger and frustration and still act rationally? To still see and care, how we are impacting on another.
How have you ended a relationship in such a way that you honored, respected and payed tribute to, what was once so important?
Ends get a bad rap all the time, tell me how they could be better, please.
SUBJECT LINE: Endings