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That Beckoning for Something More

Hey friends! Today I am going to get into this fun topic of feeling like you’re being called upon for something more. Something more than what you’re living now. Something more than what you’re doing now. Something more than whatever it is that you want to insert here…

This can pertain to relationships, business, friendships, personal development, and oh the list can go on and on with what this topic can pertain to. Let me start by saying, that it is OK to outgrow something that once served your purpose, but is no longer a part of the current steps.

This means that maybe a relationship you’ve outgrown for you have been doing more personal growth than they were. Maybe you two developed a relationship for reasons that suited each other back then, but now? The times have changed and it’s not suiting you anymore.

After much discussion, you’ve noticed that the other person isn’t putting forth the effort and you just need something different. This type of thing, as it pertains to ap personal relationship, is a tough choice. I’ve made it easily over the years of my life, but I’ve learned sometimes it takes time to understand what it is that you’re feeling.

It’s a gut instinct.

It’s this gut feeling that the relationship, was once acceptable, maybe not anything intimate or physical, but I suited the needs of that season and now no longer serve the needs.

You’ve communicated this, listened, discussed, and come to find out that you just simply continue to want to expand your life beyond what the other one is comfortable with.

That means, there’s a choice to be made. You cannot wait for that person to permit you to leave. Remember it it’s because yu’re growing and developing an advanced vision of yourself, but they’re still stuck in being mostly who they were before … they aren’t going to be aware or confident about ending this season of life.

The decision is on you.

And it will hurt.

After all, you care about this human.

But you need to know there are some gut instincts that you shouldn’t ignore, and they have nothing to do with “abuse” or “unhealthy”, they simply have to do with “what is the right thing in your current adventure of life”.

These particular scenarios are the hardest when your gut is screaming “this isn’t right” but there’s no immediate sign of danger or abuse …. just because there isn’t an abusive scenario, does not make this a healthy relationship for YOU.

We all have different needs, and it’s about damn time you learned what those are for YOU. Not what someone else needs. Not what your family expects. Not what you think your kids expect. Believe me, the kids will be just fine. Take it from someone who co-parented more than not, it’s in how the parents behave and treat others that matters – like raising kids as humans, not property for 1 example, that helps kids grow into amazing well-rounded, critical-thinking adults.

What are the gut instincts you should never ignore in a relationship?

I have covered this topic in the past, but it was more about unhealthy or abusive relationships. Today I want to chat a bit about just this feeling that you’ve outgrown a scenario or relationship, but you’re scared.

Your nervous that you’re “doing that again” and that maybe you should punish yourself and push down that feeling to avoid the anxiety and uncertainty that come with changing .. yet again.

Please, my friend, please do not punish yourself! You’re meant to live a beautiful abundant, joyous life. Just speak your truth, and do so without their intention of harm. Yes, you may hurt someone’s feelings, but living a lie? That will harm everyone involved, you included.

When it comes to relationships, our gut instincts can often provide valuable insights into whether we are living our truth or not. Here are five gut instincts that may indicate it’s time to move on from a relationship:

  1. Constant Feeling of Discontent: If you find yourself constantly feeling unhappy, unfulfilled, or dissatisfied in the relationship, it may be a sign that you are not living your truth. Your gut instinct may be telling you that this relationship is not aligning with your values, needs, or desires.
  2. Lack of Trust: Trust is a fundamental aspect of any healthy relationship. If you have a gut feeling that you can’t trust your partner, or if you constantly feel suspicious or doubtful about their actions, it may be a sign that the relationship is not built on a solid foundation of honesty and integrity.
  3. Ignoring Your Needs: If you consistently find yourself ignoring your own needs, desires, and boundaries in order to please your partner or keep the peace in the relationship, it may be a sign that you are not living authentically. Your gut instinct may be telling you that you deserve to be in a relationship where your needs are respected and prioritized.
  4. Feeling Stifled or Restricted: If you feel like you are unable to fully express yourself, pursue your passions, or be your true self in the relationship, it may be a sign that you are not living in alignment with your authentic self. Your gut instinct may be urging you to seek a relationship where you can be fully seen, heard, and accepted for who you are.
  5. Repeated Patterns of Conflict: If you find yourself caught in repeated patterns of conflict, arguments, or misunderstandings that never seem to be resolved, it may be a sign that the relationship is not serving your highest good. Your gut instinct may be signaling that it’s time to move on and seek a relationship that is more harmonious and supportive.

Remember, listening to your gut instincts and honoring your own truth is essential for creating healthy and fulfilling relationships.

Suppose you are experiencing any of these gut instincts in your current relationship. In that case, it may be worth reflecting on whether it’s time to move on and seek a relationship that aligns more closely with who you are and what you truly desire.


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