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Tips for Letting Go and Moving On



We all experience times of sadness, emptiness, anger, hurt, disappointment, negative thinking or a bad relationship.  Learn from those experiences and challenge yourself to embrace the present not the past.

What did you learn?

What kept you going?

Tips for Letting Go and Moving On

  • Start focusing on want you want in life.
  • Be aware of your emotions and feelings.
  • Quit complaining, worrying and obsessing over it.
  • Spend time with positive, happy, funny and motivated people.
  • Create a gratitude journal and write something positive in it everyday.
  • Do things you really enjoy at least once a week.

Quote: You can clutch the past so tightly to your chest that it leaves your arms too full to embrace the present. ~ Jan Glidewell

Let go and release what is holding you back then move forward to create the happy life you deserve.

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8 thoughts on “Tips for Letting Go and Moving On

  1. I loved this, Patti. I have problems confronting, which creates problems letting go. This is the first time in my life that I’ve completely cut ties with someone. I’m hoping and praying that she will keep her mouth shut when she’s with my brother and sister. They have no idea anything has happened. I don’t intend to speak about it. I have a journal book that I can use for a gratitude journal. I definitely need to start doing that. When you’re sick and Home bound, it’s hard not to obsess about things because you aren’t doing anything to take your mind off of it. Thank you for your help! ❤️

  2. I am so glad this blog post helped. Starting a gratitude journal is a wonderful way of focusing on the good in our lives and reminding ourselves we have something everyday to be thankful for, even when we are having some really rough days physically. Please let me know how the gratitude journal goes with your process of letting go. 🙂

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