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Losing Someone and Wanting Them Back

Tagged: bereavement, divorce, loss, motivation, partner,

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The quote ‘you don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone’ may be playing on your mind recently if you have lost touch with a friend after an argument or perhaps realised that a former partner was actually the one. Sometimes we take for granted the people that we value the most thinking that they will never leave us, but when they do, often we can end up regretting our actions and wishing we had valued them more than we did. Arguments or break ups are often in the heat of the moment and we can end up saying or doing things that we don’t really mean, resulting in you going separate ways without really thinking about the consequences. Often, with hindsight, we regret losing ones that we most care about and often relationships are thrown away over meaningless words or actions. Losing somebody close to you can be painful; however realising that you never should have lost them in the first place can feel even worse, especially when you realise that person is reluctant to come back into your life. The Jackson 5 sang ‘I want you back’ and U2 expressed ‘I can’t live with or without you.’ Over the years, wanting someone back has become the subject of a number of pop songs, and this common feeling clearly resonates with so many people. In some cases you may be able to have a second chance with a lost loved one which can enable you to build bridges and repair your relationship. However, make sure that you are rebuilding your relationship for the right reasons, not just because you are feeling lonely or upset. This could lead to more heartache for both of you and ruin any chance of reconciliation in the future. On the other hand, there may come a point that you feel you need to move on and accept that you may never get that relationship back. Getting closure from a relationship can be hard; however the Psychic Light blog has a great deal of advice for anyone who feels they need to make a clean break from a relationship as well as guidance on how to move on effectively. We also offer over-the-phone guidance from our experienced Mediums who may be able to tell you whether a person you have lost contact with could be coming back into your life. Readers at Psychic Light can deal with all sorts of love and relationship issues, whether it is a break up of a friendship or a marriage, or advice on how to move on. Whatever the problem we are always here to help.

Posted: 27/06/2012

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