It’s an interesting time, isn’t it? You achieved the dream of a home, marriage and maybe even a family. All was well for a very long time. Then one day you noticed a persistent restless; what was pretty darn good for many years was no longer. People said you only need to rekindle the love; you tried and it was not “all you needed to do.”
You’re now sitting in a wide open space of you with you.
You know in your heart and soul that you’re doing the right thing, but your mind and emotions are having a field day, throwing up all sorts of thoughts and feelings that you’d rather not be having. In part that’s due to the programming, the promise of “until death do you part,” now gone. That which you might still want, but not right now and not at the expense of your spirit!
When you decide to move on from that person who was your life partner for so many years, I know it’s not done lightly. It’s quite normal to feel sadness, aloneness, even regret. But when that moment comes, that moment when you know-know, you just can’t take it back. It’s time to fly solo for a while, and a huge opportunity to find out who else you are.
Did it go something like this?
You gave a lot of your love, time and energy to your partner and your children, if you’ve had them. You’re ready to see who you are without those roles; it feels imperative.
You and your partner evolved in different directions. It might be that you’ve evolved spiritually and/or emotionally and your partner hasn’t.
It turns out that children were your commonality, and your purpose. Without them in the house, whatever might have been overlooked, rose to the surface.
You tried, too. You’re didn’t give up easily. That’s your nature. But now you know. It’s time to move on. It’s time to find out who else you are.
You have a sense that there is more to life, more to YOU, and you are ready for Chapter Next! You can feel the power building inside, and right behind that lie the worries, the guilt and fear.