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Why Braking Up So Painful?

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By Nadiia DiiaPublished 16 days ago 3 min read

Breaking up is painful due to the nature of memory. Our body and mind are made up of a vast collection of memories, gathered through our senses. What we see and touch create the deepest forms of memory, which is why divorce can be particularly difficult. Divorce means trying to remove a significant memory from our system, which can be challenging and emotional. However, the desire to end that memory is present, as it may have become a burden that we no longer wish to carry.When we carry emotional baggage, it can be difficult to let go. Trying to force it away can cause pain. Memories of loved ones are like this, too. They become a part of us and cannot be easily removed. Even if we are psychologically prepared to move on, our system will still experience some level of suffering. It's important to recognize this process and be patient with ourselves as we work through it.

When a spouse is taken away through divorce or death, memories become stronger. The memory of a deceased spouse can affect every cell of the body. Divorce is like a voluntary death, killing a part of oneself. The mind can decide, but the body cannot easily adjust to the loss. Divorce means killing a part of oneself. It is best to avoid divorce if possible. If it must happen, it is important to give the body time to process the loss. Immediately jumping into another relationship of the same kind can cause turmoil within the system. The body needs time to work out the memory and keep it at a distance.

Divorcing someone can lead to a difficult and unhappy life. It's important to handle the process gracefully and well, just like every aspect of life. Ending a relationship can feel like tearing yourself apart because you've shared so much with that person. Even if you can't stand them anymore, it still hurts because you're trying to rip out a memory that is a part of you. You need to do spiritual work to establish your own energy and not divorce yourself. You are already divorced from yourself if you're in a partnership because you feel insufficient by yourself. You need to turn inward and discover the completeness of who you are. You don't need external assistance to be complete. While we may be interdependent in society, our inner existence is complete by itself. Don't divorce yourself from yourself.

You don’t need anybody to be yourself. Your life just in your hands and no-one can change it except you! There is no need to be dependent on others. You are the creator of your destiny and you can do wonders with your life if you take charge of it.

No matter what anyone says, you should always believe in yourself and trust your inner voice. Self-confidence is the key to success. Have faith in yourself and never let go of it. Don’t be afraid to take risks and push yourself to the limit. It is only you who can make your dreams come true.

You have all the power within you to be whoever you want to be—believe in yourself and take charge of your life. You need nobody else but yourself to reach the goals that you have set for yourself. Believe in your potential and work hard to achieve it.

No matter what obstacles come your way, stay positive and never give up on yourself. Be patient and remember that good things take time. Work hard and believe that you can achieve anything you set your mind to.

Embrace failure and learn from it. Everyone makes mistakes, but it’s important to recognize them and not repeat the same ones. When faced with a difficulty, think of it as an opportunity to grow and become stronger.

Surround yourself with positive people who encourage and motivate you to be the best version of yourself. Seek out mentors who can provide guidance and support as you navigate through life.

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Nadiia Diia

I reveal the questions that our soul is interested in and that our mind is searching for.

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