How long can you hold your breath? Although world records for holding a person’s breath underwater exceed 20 minutes, the average person can hold his or her breath for about two minutes. Navy SEALs report holding their breath for two or three minutes. Those who break the records spend time breathing oxygen before they try to accomplish those amazingly long times of performance. The thing is: you can be told not to breathe, but your body won’t let you do that for very long. If you have experienced a severe breakup or a rift in your relationship with your spouse, you may be told to leave the past behind, but that is like being told not to breathe! How to leave the past behind is all important.
Would you like to know how you can stop your breakup, divorce, or lover’s rejection…even if your situation seems hopeless? T-Dub Jackson tells just how to do that.
When such a situation is not resolved, then one of the parties leaves or sometimes there is a mutual parting of ways. However, after a while, you realize that situation is so much worse than staying together to resolve the conflict.
One of the things that is important in bringing about such a reconciliation is to approach the attempted resolution from a position of strength. You may feel like groveling, promising anything, not considering whether you could keep such a promise. It is important then not to smother your ex, and sniveling weakness will not be attractive.
When you work on yourself and begin to know that you will be able to approach life as a better person, whether the relationship is ever resolved, you become more attractive to your ex. In order to do that, you have to learn how to leave the past behind.
I mentioned T Dub Jackson a minute ago. Check out my review of his product, The Magic of Making Up, to find out more about how you can stop your breakup, divorce, or lover’s rejection…even if your situation seems hopeless.
Here are some tips for leaving the past behind:
- Realize why it is important to leave the past behind
- Realize that you need to work on yourself, regardless of the circumstances
- Realize that life will go on
- Try to remove yourself from emotion and look at things objectively
- Realize what mistakes you have made and take steps to correct them.
T Dub tells how thousands of people have been able to make such corrections and get back together.
Beside The Magic of Making Up, another resource that may help is 21 Ways the Principle of Leaving Will Benefit Your Marriage.
To the best of your ability, put the past behind you and move toward a better future.