How to Find the Silver Lining in a Failed Relationship

Jan 29, 2019 | Life, Love, Only Berlin

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Love

Most couples decide to tie the knot because of love. They envision themselves doing things together, for better or worse, in sickness and in health. They see each other as an inspiration to be better and successful individuals. These couples dream the same dreams for their family.

Dream

How to Find the Silver Lining in a Failed Relationship

How to Find the Silver Lining in a Failed Relationship

A couple’s future successes are built on the foundation of the ideals that hold them together. If they decide to throw their dreams out just because things didn’t work out their way, most likely, their inspiration and teamwork will surely be gone too.

You can, however, still tweak it, polish the relationship, and turn it once again into a precious silver. It isn’t too late. Go back to that same love and dream.

Value

It is usually the many time spent together that makes the relationship grow fonder and better. But when you feel that you are not the priority in the relationship, doubts surfaces.

But never doubt yourself. The silver lining of this situation is to see your worth. [tweetshareinline tweet=”If you feel you aren’t the priority anymore, love yourself and find your value.” username=”SPk3(ad*e([email protected]@tnlADFb9ZZc8:1:1″] Be confident and spark joy. That same joy will never go unnoticed by your significant other. But if he failed to see your beauty, others will surely see it, and that would bring you to new experiences. Perhaps, that would mean you can now move on and meet that someone who would respect and see your worth.

Admiration

Most relationships start with appreciation. Your partner sees something in you that is worthy of his respect. You opt to be a part of him because you feel the same way too. That admiration blossomed into love then into dreams.

And just like those dreams, love, and admiration, you have total control over your relationship. You may opt to leave, stay, or work things out. Having children may complicate things, but again, they shouldn’t be the reason for your confusion, martyrdom or staying.

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How to Find the Silver Lining in a Failed Relationship

How to Find the Silver Lining in a Failed Relationship

[tweetshareinline tweet=”Learn to see situations with a silver lining. ” username=”SPk3(ad*e([email protected]@tnlADFb9ZZc8:1:1″]Any trial may cause heartache, but there will always be a potentially positive aspect from it. If the beneficial aspect isn’t obvious, search for it. Or maybe, you need to open your eyes and accept that some tainted relationships can’t be saved by polishing. But you can polish yourself and let you shimmer more than ever like a precious silver.

9 Comments

  1. Divine Labbuanan-Cabral

    Awwww…nakakatouch naman mommy…

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  2. Fully Housewifed! (@fullyhousewifed)

    I went through that. Feeling left out and not being a priority by my husband. From time to time, I still go through that. But as we grow with God and His Word, my husband is learning to love me better and I am also learning to take my focus from myself and seeing the two of us as a unit. It took me awhile, sanay ako na ako ang centro haha

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  3. Czjai Reyes-Ocampo

    Great advice. Always look at the bright side.

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  4. Teresa Dumadag

    I agree that we can find a silver lining in any failure, be it a relationship or otherwise. We simply need to make time to pause and reflect and ask ourselves what we can learn from it.

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  5. Chin Enriquez

    Perhaps my son is my silver lining. Because I was like Lady Gaga’s song, Caught in a bad romance hehe… But whenever I see my son, I tell myself, hey… its not that bad afterall.

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  6. Maria leo nila

    its easy to say, that theres a reason kung bakit nangyayari ang mga bagay bagay kahit ako iyon ang pinaniniwalaan ko and alam ko one day malalaman ko din anong reason behind my failed marriage bakit ako? Pero 9 years na dq padin alam y me bakit ako ang naka experience non. But still im surviving 🙂

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  7. Monalisa Bio

    Gnda…dami kong natutunan while reading this. I’m praying n khit anung unos dumtng smin pamilya, mgasawa hoping n mlpmsam nmin un. Pg ngaaway kmi ng asawa ko, iniisip k un kng bkit k xa minhal at mkita un anak nmin, un ang isa s mga dahilan n dpat kming mgkabati, mgpatwad at mgmhaln ulit.

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  8. Badet Siazon

    I guess the silver lining is self-worth. And that to be able to give love to others, we must love ourselves first.

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  9. Camille Crudo

    SILVER LINING = SELF LOVE & WORTHY ❤

    Reply

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