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A door that closes on a relationship and to let go of someone


“Sometimes the strongest thing you will ever do will be to let go of someone.
It will be painful, you will suffer guilt, and you will second-guess yourself,
but for your own sanity and quality of life,
there will come a time where you hand them to God,
with your love, and trust Him to be who and what He is.
May our Lord comfort you.”

Lee Goff

“Sometimes the door closes on a relationship,
not because we failed but because something bigger than us says this no longer fits our life.
So, lock the door, shed a tear, turn around and look for the door that’s opened.
It’s a sign that you’re no longer that person you were,
it’s time to change into who you are. It’s going to be okay.”

Lee Goff

“Learning to let go should be learned before learning to get.
Life should be touched, not strangled.”

Ray Bradbury

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Further reading

  1. Divorce and Truth
  2. The heart knows 
  3. Shi…ngles
  4. StaleMate
  5. Post-Divorce Boundaries: Where is the Line?
  6. Divorce Recovery 101: You are not Alone (2 min read)
  7. Relationship Drifts (1 min read)
  8. The Second Male Puberty
  9. Weekend Musings
  10. What is Respect Nowadays? (1 min read)
  11. How much I love you
  12. Happily Divorced – Helping Each Othe
  13. Headed 4 a Divorce – First blog post
  14. XIX. Of All The Souls That Stand Creat
  15. The Bad Luck of The Irish
  16. Why I won’t be just like him
  17. Darth Vader Figure To M
  18. Wife In Law
  19. Natalie
  20. Divorce Sucks
  21. Freezies and summer reruns
  22. Life Goals and other ridiculous thoughts.  Buckle up!
  23. Searching Forever

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let go… or be dragged

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I used to feel uncomfortable when people asked me why I am estranged from my family. It is difficult to explain a life-long struggle in a few sentences. How do you describe the rejection and the hurt? How do you share openly without being judged? People with strong relational families find it hard to understand.

It was a decision that left me with a limp.

How do I explain the fact that I used to live in constant fear; that I continuously questioned people’s intentions instead of embracing and enjoying the joy of companionship? Can one measure the amount of time it took to rebuild my capacity to trust others; to build a new support structure?

Sometimes the strongest thing you will ever do will be to let go of someone. It will be painful, you will suffer guilt, and you will second-guess yourself, but for your own sanity…

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