3) What is it about your relationships that require a change? You may want to define that change by starting with the following statements: I know I must . . .; I will remove/give up . . .
4) When you remove a toxic element from your life, you are left with free space. What would you like to add to that free space you’ve created? You may want to start with the following statement: I’m going to fill my free space with . . .
5) a. Identify one relationship from the past that was extremely unhealthy, damaging, and suffocating. Write a message to yourself or partner relaying why you’ve moved on. Do this with no holds barred and remain true to self.
b. It’s important you don’t keep toxicity among your precious possessions. After writing the message, find a way to destroy it. You can send it to a friend, family member, or church; throw it in the garbage; rip it to shreds; bury it; cut it up; or burn it up! It doesn’t matter how you rid yourself of this poison . . . just remove it! After letting go of that negative entity, how does it feel? Be precise in your explanation. Tell it all—emotions, feelings, and overall satisfaction.
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