Why do we believe if a relationship ends we should stop loving that person?

For some reason we believe if a relationship ends we should stop loving that person… whether we chose the ending or not love doesn’t just end, it never does. Yes we feel anger and pain and sometimes like we gain our power back if we shut off our feelings… but that only lasts temporarily and corrodes our soul. We suffer and feel intense pain when we deny love. When we do we only hurts ourselves. We are taught and believe love should be exclusive, that we should only love one significant other. Why? Why can’t we decide a relationship should end, it isn’t what’s best, but separate holding the love close for the other? Love cannot be turned off like a light switch. The intensity and interaction of love may change, but it never ends. True love is infinite, non exclusive, not based on physical conditions or limitations. Love never ends. When we deny it we only hurt ourselves, so why do we try to… © Jodi Healy

About Jodi Healy

Mother, Author, World Traveler Philanthropist, and Blogger in the Quest for Truth, Happiness, & Enlightenment... jodihealy.com
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2 Responses to Why do we believe if a relationship ends we should stop loving that person?

  1. The belief and how we identify our experience in ego. Just that, plain and simple. Ego is represented by fear, and Spirit is represented by love and abundance.
    It’s amazing to me the overwhelming amount of people who believe strongly in lack, and respond from fear as if there was no other choice. I can honestly say “I do understand why they do it”, God bless them, and without a shadow of doubt… it’s not my path.
    I like you continue to love and cherish every person I’ve ever been with, and they know it. An unbalanced ego is what falls across that path, creating a block from the natural flow of appreciation that continues beyond the end of a relationship. It takes an open mind and open heart to see how we see.
    My blessings to you…

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