You Can’t hold on! And Let go to! of Your Failing relationship
By: JoAnne Williams

If you all of a sudden woke up one day and discovered that you have been in a worthless or unhappy relationship for an extended period of time, you should begin to prepare yourself for exiting that relationship. Sometimes we allow that deep emotion of LOVE that we feel; to keep us clinging onto and remaining in, bad relationships. One should never love too deeply to the point where you accept bad behavior from your significant other for an indefinite period of time. More often than not, we don’t equip ourselves with the necessary tools that will assist us when we have decided to exit out of a worthless/unhappy/failing relationship. Know that the emotion of love does not mean that you should allow yourself to be held captive in a relationship that you are so desperately trying to escape from. Know that you can still be in love with your significant other even though you have made the decision to exit out of the relationship.

Also know that being alone and uncommitted, is not the worst possible place you can be. Know that there is somebody else out there who will love you and respect you for who you are. Know that you DO have the capability of surviving in the world without being attached to someone who brings constant emotional turmoil to your life. Learn how to master the skills of being able to close the door on a worthless, failing, or unhappy relationship without looking back. Learn how to say NO to that revolving door of misery. If you are in a worthless or unhappy relationship; and you are looking for an exit out of that worthless/unhappy relationship, just convince yourself with every fiber of your being that this is not where you should be. And then start executing the plan towards your ESCAPE!

Contact: JoAnne Williams- Author: ESCAPING FROM THE VICTIM OR VOLUNTEER ROLE IN YOUR RELATIONSHIP. Currently available- website:

Author's Bio: 

JoAnne Williams is a recently published Author of a book titled: Escaping From the Victim or Volunteer Role in your Relationship/