We’re taught from the day we’re born that we need to be attached to everything. We need to be attached to the people around us, to the things we have, and even sometimes to present situations.
Most importantly, and most painfully, we’re taught to be attached to the people we are in love with.
But attachment isn’t love. It’s a manifestation of objectifying another human being. It’s taking possession of them, and it’s not a terribly good way to enter into a romance with someone.
So what are 3 healthy ways to practice non-attachment?
1. Practice interconnectivity instead of codependency.
When you invest yourself in your partner mentally, spiritually, and emotionally, it creates between the two of you a healthy interdependence.
This interdependence fosters feelings of love, self love, support, and interconnectivity. It is, however, important not to give too much and to respect the boundaries of your partner, otherwise the dynamic can be like a runaway train.
The end of the tracks? Anger, resentment, and regret.
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