“I know this transformation is painful, but you’re not falling apart, you’re falling into something different, with a new capacity to be beautiful”
Letting go of something or someone can be the greatest challenge we have in relationships.
Have you ever been in a season where a friendship or relationship has become toxic?
Have you known that it is time to move forward but are unsure how to do so with grace and courage?
Life is all about continuous change and letting go can be tough. but the way we handle this season changes everything.
Lately, I am discovering that new seasons and new days often mean new relationships and friendships. It doesn’t always mean that those friendships have been toxic, but it is difficult to step into the new season you are called into if you are continually trying to please relationships stuck in an old pattern.
William Hannah encourages when he wrote;
I know this transformation is painful, but you’re not falling apart, you’re falling into something different, with a new capacity to be beautiful
New days sometimes require new ways.
New seasons sometimes means new friendships.
And often it is difficult to say goodbye, but sometimes it is the only way you can reinvent every day of your new season.