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This action is so difficult because separation reminds us that we really need each other. We are not above anything social and we cannot endure in this world on our own. We need the others to exist.
We depend on each other. Without contact we disappear, and some of us need it more than others. Every goodbye is a taste of this need, of this fear.
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But every ending is also an opportunity to learn about our path and ourselves. So learning to say goodbye will facilitate our life and help us not act by default but with consciousness. So from small to big goodbyes, from breaking up a relationship to saying goodbye on a phone conversation, learning to say goodbye is difficult, but liberating.
Do you linger or run? Ask yourself what do you need to feel the closure. Is there a ritual, a handshake, a word that might help you close? Acknowledge your feelings: It is difficult to say goodbye.
Validate these feelings and know that having mixed feelings is normal. It is okay to feel relief alongside with sadness.
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Take some time to express your feelings and share them with someone.