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How I Reframed Letting Go So I Could Move on from My Painful Past

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We are truly free when we let go of the hope that the past could or should have been any different than it was. This is so hard.

The challenge is born from our desperate need to validate our feelings and experiences. It often feels like we are invalidating ourselves if we let go of the hope that the past should have been different.

We have been through hell, experienced things most people don’t know about, and it initially feels so devastating to think of just letting it go like it never happened.

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