If a door won't open, it's not your door.

With that being said: I am grateful for everything that didn't work out in the past while I used to think that it would. I am also accepting the fact that some doors will not open in the future and that is completely okay. πŸ™†πŸ½β£
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But what I am also saying with this is that I learned not to slam a door open. When it's closed, I keep it closed because obviously whatever is behind that door is not meant to bring me any further in my life. Coming to this conclusion brings me a lot of contentment and makes me feel relaxed instead of anxious and nervous ↫ two feelings I would always strongly feel in these type of situations.⁣

If a door won't open, it's not your door. www.herprettybravesoul.com , virtual assistant, virtuelle assistentin, osnabrΓΌck, Germany, Niedersachsen, graphic design

What I also like about this metaphor is that you can also imagine a room where you place things, people, (negative) thoughts, experiences which you always wanted to put to an end, you then grab your imaginary key πŸ—οΈ, lock the door and throw the damn key away!

I think it's a great way to let go of things that no longer bring you any purpose in life.
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What do you think? How do you deal with these type of situations? Let me know, xo Chantal!πŸ’—β£
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