Sometimes you must let people go because their pieces no longer fit. This departure is for the betterment of your energy, your space and your precious life.

For example, when someone’s main desire is to build their ego, while you are busy working on your soul the result is disharmony. The collaboration of ego and soul causes discord and strife, stifling your own personal evolution. There are a multitude of reasons for the necessary removal of people from your life, if the dynamic of relationship no longer works no matter how many attempts to make it so.

You know in your heart if a relationship is toxic, choking the life from you. Be free of guilt attached to letting go. Learn to accept that some people are not meant to be forever in your sacred space, that this outgrowth is natural in your life’s progression.

The ones you are removing served a purpose, and for that you and they are blessed, but their time in your life, and yours in theirs, has expired. Keeping toxic relationships alive only hurts you, much of the time, even the other person. Sever unhealthy ties without reproach or guilt, smile and continue on your life’s journey.


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Melody Lee has published four poetry/prose collections, including Moon Gypsy, Vine: Book of Poetry, Season of the Sorceress, and Lilies & Lace & Dark Pretty Things (also in Spanish). Her poetry has been featured live on Shrimp Shack Ipswich Community Radio, based in the UK; A Better Media Today, an online magazine; Creative Talents Unleased; Indie Blu(e) Publishing; and Her Red Pen. Coming April 2021, Poems for Girls Becoming Women, an anthology from Workman Publishing.

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