Spring Cleaning Your Relationships

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With the springtime in full swing, it’s not uncommon for you to get the feeling to want to do.a cleanse of sorts through your life. Some people clean their homes, while others may focus more on their personal lifestyles and determine what needs to be flushed out and what does not. Starting the spring season by getting rid of any toxic of negative relationships is one of the great ways to start the season, and a way to make room for new positive relationships.

If you currently are dealing with someone or several people that do not bring any positive benefits to your life, who constantly bring your mood down, or who don’t mean any good to you or are always negative; it may be time to release them from your life at the inception of this new season.  There is no reason to bring that type energy into your Spring and Summer 2018 if you do not have to.  It may be time to make a clean break from those who are not in your life with the intention to bring you any joy or happiness.  This even includes some of your closest relationships; such as family and significant others.

Oftentimes, we hold on to what we believe are our most important relationships because of their title or their hierarchy in our lives.  In all actuality, even some of the closest people to you may only be meant to last in life for a specific period of time before it is time to cleanse yourself of them.

So, before the spring comes in full force, will you be taking a hard look at your relationships and determining who stays and who goes?

4 thoughts on “Spring Cleaning Your Relationships

  1. Leslie – Moody, funny, sensitive; and occasionally loud when others would prefer that I use my "indoor voice." I could list a number of things I am aware I enjoy, but I've been blessed to have many days bring me something awesome that I didn't know I liked.
    Leslie says:

    In addition to the great points you’ve made in your post, I also think there are some relationships that might need “freshening-up” rather than being tossed out, altogether. Sometimes it’s the habits in our relationships that need changing rather than the personnel.

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