Letting Go Is Hard.

United States
April 13, 2013 3:07pm CST
There are many times when everyone has things they need to walk away from. When I was homeless my last time, I ended up losing more than just my cat and her kittens. I lost them and I miss them dearly. I ended up gaining more as a result of that sad loss. Everyone one here has lost things only to end up with better things. When I say that I do not mean losing people! What is one thing that you have lost that opened the door to better things and opportunities in your life?
4 responses
@grvdubey11 (1882)
• India
14 Apr 13
I lost my first love, and it was pretty bad experience for me because i really loved that girl a lot.But that made me much more pragmatic with lot of control on my emotions.Also it developed my ability to judge people.May be i am more mechanical in approach now but that works for me most of the times.Best wishes.
@grvdubey11 (1882)
• India
14 Apr 13
I lost my first love, and it was pretty bad experience for me because i really loved that girl a lot.But that made me much more pragmatic with lot of control on my emotions.Also it developed my ability to judge people.May be i am more mechanical in approach now but that works for me most of the times.Best wishes.
@jricky1 (6808)
• China
14 Apr 13
It's easier said than done and we all know that,so this needs your calm down and make a right decision both for you and that person.It donesn't mean that we are losing someone but we are to gain a new life and new styles for yourself.Try if it is right.
@MoonGypsy (4613)
• United States
13 Apr 13
i lost the ability to work and go to school when my mental health deteriorated. i had to give up working and law school. however, i did get my 100% disability rating. now, i don't work, but my quality of life is much more better than i thought it would be. trying to do all that stuff with a mental illness was making me worse. it's much better now.