Letting go of the past is a crucial first step before you begin the soulmate journey. When working one-on-one, I usually will not assist a client in finding their soulmate if they are still holding on to dead-end relationships. Having toxic distractions in your life will stop you from meeting someone new. If you're still entangled with an ex, in a relationship that is going nowhere or experiencing lackluster connections, it will only hinder you in meeting someone who genuinely cherishes you. Rarely can you carry baggage into a new relationship successfully. To find your soulmate, start with a clean slate. If there's a person you're involved with and they are not aligned with your life vision, it's essential to move on from such toxic influences. If you find it challenging to let go, continuing with this journal likely won't work. I'm 95% sure of that. It's crucial to free yourself from these harmful connections so you can open up space for meaningful and loving relationships. If parting ways proves challenging, I've got you covered with 25 suggestions for gently ending things. While I believe face-to-face conversations are ideal, these suggestions can also work well as a quick text message before you hit that block button on the toxic person in your life. Feel free to pick the ones that resonate with you, and remember, the goal is to help you move on and create space for healthier connections. So go ahead and use these suggestions in whatever ways best empower you on the journey forward, just keep it short and sweet.
25 Assertive Suggestions for Letting Go of Unhealthy Relationships
I’ve realized this situation no longer aligns with my goals. I need to move on and am no longer available to continue this. I wish you the best.
I appreciate the time we've spent together, but I'm looking for something more committed. I don't think this is healthy for me anymore. Take care.
I need to focus my energy on finding the right long-term partner. Continuing to see each other will only delay that. No hard feelings and all the best.
I've given this a lot of thought and don't see a real future here. We want different things. I think it's best we go our separate ways.
This connection has run its course for me. I'm ready for a relationship built on mutual love and respect. I wish you the very best going forward.
I've enjoyed getting to know you, but I realized I need something more aligned with the commitment I'm looking for. Wishing you happiness.
After reflecting on what I truly want, I don't think this serves me anymore. I wish you the best, but we can't continue seeing each other.
I'm looking to get serious about finding my soulmate. I don't see that happening between us. Take care and be well.
My needs aren't being met here. I'm ready for a partner who can meet me on a deeper level. Goodbye and good luck.
I've realized this situation is preventing me from finding the mutual love I deserve. I wish you the best but cannot continue. Please respect my decision.
I value our time together, but I've realized that we want different things in this relationship.
I think it's important for both of us to find partners who are looking for the same level of commitment.
I feel like we've reached a point where it's best for us to go our separate ways.
I've come to understand that we're not on the same page regarding our future together.
I’ve been reflecting on what I need in a relationship, and unfortunately, I don't see a long-term future for us.
It's essential for me to find someone who is ready for a more serious commitment, and I don't think that's where we're headed.
I've realized that it's in both of our best interests to end things now before we invest more time and emotions.
I want us to be honest with each other, and I believe it's time to acknowledge that we're not a good match for each other.
I've enjoyed our time together, but I can't ignore the fact that my feelings have changed, and I don't want to lead you on.
It's important for me to be fair to both of us, and continuing this relationship wouldn't be fair to either of us.
I've thought long and hard about this, and it's clear to me that we're not compatible in the way I need us to be.
I believe that breaking things off now will allow both of us to find the right person who fulfills our needs and desires.
I appreciate the experiences we've shared, but I don't think we're moving in the same direction anymore.
It's time for me to prioritize my own emotional well-being and make the difficult but necessary decision to end things between us.
I want us both to find happiness, and I think that means parting ways and exploring other options.
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