As I sat and filled my thoughts with calm and peaceful thinking last night, I couldn't help but think: Should we have a 10 Step program for relationship burnout?

Since I had not found any, I came up with my own.

1. FORGIVE YOURSELF--It wasn't your fault the other person wouldn't commit or give you what you need
or want

2. CRYING IS GOOD--Feeling emotional from your pain and sorrow is better than getting angry and
hurting yourself

3. ISSUES--You can rise above all the other person's baggage, flaws and imperfections

4. RE-ROUTE--Take different streets, avenues, roads; avoid all those places you used to go (even around
the corner)

5. DELETE BUTTON--Once and for all, delete all emails, msn contacts, any photos(stickynotes? reminders
on desk)

6. SELF LOVE--The next time you freely feel yourself loving, BLOCK IT OUT, Don't give if you don't receive

7. WRITE--Exclaim your feelings on paper, notepad, blog, reach out to others who understand and
appreciate you

8. DON'T GIVE IN--When faced with this love again, avoid it. Remind yourself of the pain and hurt, say it
out loud

9. BUILDING--You can build your happy future, people who are stuck in the past cannot fulfill your spirit

10. LIVE IN YOUR MOMENT-Never let someone else tell you how to feel, or act, generate visuals, see
yourself happy, being loved, for all the right reasons

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