How To Cut People Out Of Your Life

Yeah, I know.

A touchy topic for most.

However, I’m not most people.

First, I don’t care about cutting people off. If you’re a threat to my peace of mind in ANY way, any way at all, you’re cut.

Plain and simple.

With that said, let’s get into it.

  1. Block them on all social media platforms– when cutting someone off, you need to close any and all doors that lead to your life. No need to explain or try to reconcile. That’s what got you into this emotional mess in the first place. Simply block them on everything so you don’t waste time and energy thinking about someone that you don’t need in your life anymore.
  2. Delete their number and text thread– It’s important that you keep NOTHING that reminds you of them, especially in your phone. How can you get over someone if you always have something to remember them by on your person?
  3. Dispose of all gifts and sentimental items, no matter how precious– This one is going to be difficult for a lot of people. Certain things mean the world to us because when they were given to us, the person expressed a deep and genuine sense of emotional vulnerability and that is what connected us to them in the first place. Some people will get rid of everything but still keep that necklace, that bracelet, that ring, that sweater, when they need to get rid of it to completely move on. Things and objects have energy, and to make a change in your life you have to change the energy around you.

Yeah, I know. Cutting people off is the hardest thing to do, but sometimes it has to be done. They can be your best friend, even a family member. But, if this person is giving you more hell than heaven, then it’s time to cut hell out of your life so you can embrace heaven for once.

Don’t wait until you die to experience bliss. You can have it right here, right now. The only difference is you have to create it. And let me tell you one more thing. . .

that’s the fun part.

Alright, that’s my spiel. Til next week!

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