Ending a relationship is difficult in itself. However, having to end a destructive relationship is even more difficult. Sometimes there are no last words or goodbyes. A restraining order can prevent the two of you from speaking. It is necessary to remember to stay in the moment when moments of weakness arise and you wish to contact the other party.
Even though you have committed to staying away from this person there will be times when you want to break your commitment. You may get the urge to make contact because you felt a twinge of sorrow or loneliness or lost interest in an activity. Maybe you have a flashback of a pleasant memory; or something you or someone else did or said, reminds you of your ex-partner. Think about whatever idea comes to mind for a couple of minutes then let it go. Continue with what you’re doing in the present.
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