Courageous decisions.


One of the most courageous decision you’ll ever make is to finally let go of what is hurting your heart and soul. – Brigitte Nicole.

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  1. How do you let go though??? I know the decision as a fact is a fact.. Just let go!! BUT.. How is that accomplished? How does one succeed at letting go of a loved one that not only has destroyed his own personal, professional and physical self being and has abandoned his wife and kids? How does the family go on with out him? The hurting has stopped??(Denial?) and please help me understand HOW TO LET GO??

  2. Hope & faithful, just dust yourself off and soldier on. Keep moving forward for your own (and childrens) sake. Your loved one is responsible for himself and if he’s meant to catch up to you he will, but if he doesn’t, you will already have moved forward enough to let go. Be strong, one foot in front of the other, and chin up. 🙂

  3. What does letting go mean? Forget the husband who left wife and kids for somebody else? I can’t believe that you can forget someone who has been part of your life for 25years.

  4. I don’t think I’ll ever let go of all things that hurt. Just too much at one time. First my mom, then uncle, then cousin, then aunt, cousin and niece all at once, then lastly my rock, my grandmother “Nanny”. All within a 6 year period. I had to take in my younger brother when I didn’t know what to do with myself,right after I lost my mom. I had a complete breakdown, my husband and I lost everything we had. Ever since I have been on alot of meds. I keep praying, but just can’t let go of the loss. My docs try to help me but its all the same. What am I supposed to do? I have a great, wonderful, loving husband who took care of me while I lived in 2 rooms for a year, I didn’t want to come out and didn’t. I still live in my shell and I am still waiting.

  5. It takes time to let go. Letting go of something that you’ve grown attached to is not easy. However my understanding after my experience is…if you’re in denial that it’s hurting you…you’ll never be able to let go. I strongly believe that letting go starts with acceptance

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