How do you cope with the loss of a relationship when the issue is more about timing than incompatibility?
Last Updated: 05/15/2018 at 4:14am
Jackie Dross, M.S. Community Counseling
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There was a reason for the breakup. And whatever the reason maybe and however it was there was still a reason. It might not be an ideal reason or the same as why others breakup. But its your reason and if you even have one reason as to why u guys should not be together respect that and accept it.
You need to understand that sometimes things aren't meant to work out, and even though you may feel strongly about someone, there are certain things in life that prevent you from being with them. When you can learn to be flexible and let people go when it is not working out, you'll grow as a person and help yourself become that much closer to finding your special one.
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