3 Realizations You’ll Have Once You Stop Cutting People Out of Your Life
Making amends after a falling out is hard. But it might be the healthiest thing you do, according to science.
No matter what happens, it never pays to cut people out of your life. You can hate them, hurl abuses at them, and make them cry. But you should always get to the bottom of the issue and tackle the problem, rather than converting it into a power play and see who emerges as the "winner".
"You don't owe anyone anything, but it's not about that. It's about treating others how you want to be treated." - Vera Eck, MFT
I recently made a video about the 3 realizations you’ll have once you stop cutting people out of your life. You can watch here:
This video is super close to my heart as I’ve talked about a dear friend who I had to let go because of ego issues (mostly my fault - all of it). It took me a lot of courage to talk about such an intimate matter on a public platform. I hope you’ll enjoy the raw vulnerability of the video.
I’d love to hear your stories too. Have you ever cut someone out of your life because of an ego clash? What lessons did you learn from the incident? Reply to this email or leave a comment here to let me know.
In other news, here are some cool articles I recently wrote. Feel free to browse through them and let me know your thoughts.
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That’s all for today from my end. I’ll see you again soon. Till then, keep your spirits high, and stay awesome.