When past experiences have caused you to create limiting beliefs about people, love, and relationships, you need to recognise this, and begin unpacking. Realising how often you’re allowing your mind to run down well-worn emotional ruts is the first step to jolting it on to a new track.
Ask a friend or a family member if you seem to have some particularly fixed opinions. Read more: Six common reasons relationships end Another easy way to set down your emotional baggage is to clear your physical baggage.
Your baggage is simply a set of associations you have made between your experiences and how they made you feel.
Many of these will be positive—when you find yourself smiling at your best friend’s voice on the phone, that’s happy emotional baggage.
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