For that reason it's important let it go. Of course, this is easier said than stated. Yet it can be done and is done by people every day. Here are some "let go" motivators to think about as you reflect on your own personal experience with pain:
Let go of all negative thoughts and ideas that you can’t manage the challenge of letting go.
Let go of regret by reminding yourself you're a good human but bad things to happen to good people.
Let go of fear and dig deep tapping into courage and confidence.
Let go of blame. It doesn’t change anything and only builds resentment.
Let go of believing your life is ruined and that you are damaged. It’s just not true.
Let go of friends and even family members who don’t understand your pain and hinder your recovery.
Let go of worrying. Accept what has happened and take one step at a time to rebuild your life.
Let go of the need to be more and do more. Simply do your best, day by day.
Let go of despair. Trust yourself. Believe in yourself.
Let go of anger. It is a huge waste of energy and time.
Let go of any self-loathing or self-hate.
Remember, you can and will rebuild your life. It will not be the same as it was but it can still be good and meaningful.