You’ve been hurt … really bad. Running away from the past took its toll on you. Your heart was once broken, but now you are slowly healing. It took you several years and months to move on, and you’re finally coming to terms with the fact that maybe it’s time to start over.
After all, you’ve been through trying to erase pain and pain, you don’t want to make the same mistake again. You don’t need another heartbreak in your life. But how can you get out of that miserable place full of bitterness if you are not willing to take risks? You need to take a chance and step out of the dark to experience the joys in life.
There is no guarantee that your next love story will lead to a serious relationship. Despite the future trials you will face, ask yourself if you are 100% ready to face it head-on.
Are you ready to take risks and break your heart?
When your heart is broken, you will do everything you can to fix it and ease the pain. It will protect it from shattering over and over again. And eventually, you will learn not to entrust it to anyone. You still yearn for company, but your fear keeps you from making a loving connection.
So how are you going to find the right partner if you don’t give love another chance? If you want to find the right “one”, you have to be brave.
Are you still pressed?
Don’t let other people dictate when you should be in a relationship. They are not you. “You should be the one to decide for yourself because it is your life in the first place. Don’t be blinded by fear and rush to get things done if you are only afraid of ending up alone. love will get you nowhere and you will still end up with the wrong person. Be patient. Wait for the right moment when you are at peace with your mind and heart.
Are you confident and independent?
Failures make you grow as a person. You become a confident and independent person who is stronger than ever. You no longer need to depend on others to maintain the relationship. You take over because you have your own mind. He does not care if he is going to face another heartache because he knows that he is already capable of handling it. Loving someone does not mean that you no longer have a life of your own. Love yourself first.
Have you erased all the bitterness from your heart?
Are you still antagonizing your ex? It’s natural to be angry, but that should be all in the past. Your hatred will only destroy you and leave you unable to move on. Think of that previous relationship as a lesson and a stepping stone to meeting the right person. Only then will you realize that it is possible to love again.