We see it in the movies, in the songs, in the novels… “they tell us that when you start a relationship you may have to fight, that there will be problems, that they will make you suffer, but if you endure and are united to the other person going through everything that comes, you will get that fantastic ending.” Precisely that’s where Silvia Congost considers that the big mistake is.
Silvia Congost isexpert psychologist emotional dependency, selfesteem and couples therapy and this week, Tomorrow I start from Podium Podcast, gives the keys to stop suffering for love, whether there has been a break as though we warn that the relationship it does not make us happy.
Many times we assume that love supposes sacrifice, renunciation, suffering or dependence. In those cases, it is necessary to rethink what leads us to this situation and how to solve it, although it is often necessary to go through the hard trance of the rupture to become aware of it.
“We should choose the other person as he is, with his lights and shadows and consider if we were told that in 10 years that person will remain exactly the same whether we choose it or not.”