Divorce is a traumatic and difficult decision for all parties involved—and there’s arguably no salve besides time to take that pain away. However, when the whole concept of being in a relationship with the EU is reexamined, there’s actually something far more powerful—and positive—at play.
50% of all marriages end in divorce. So as we build a set of giant oars and attempt to row into the open butt cheeks of Donald Trump we should take comfort that we are just a statistic. But what if divorce itself isn’t the problem? What if it’s just a symptom of something deeper? Might actually our exit from the EU be a calling to learn a new way of being in relationships. A new paradigm for understanding others perspective.
Because as I uncouple from one social construct, I now have the freedom to finally see Boris Johnson’s perspective, he wants to continue to make shit loads of money, and he doesn’t want us to notice or be upset by this, and that’s okay, I’m ready to let go. I’ve got ya BJ, thanks for making this process easier for me big man.
Conscious uncoupling is the ability to understand that every irritation and argument within a relationship was a signal to look inside ourselves and identify a negative internal object that needed healing. I needed to heal my insane wish, nay NEED to have social justice and equality, by reaching that internal happy space, full of Union Jack’s and Toby Jugs with the face of Nigel Farage, I can now see that my need was foolhardy liberal egotism stopping me fulfilling my true potential.
It’s never the current situation that needs the real fixing, it is the past so I have invented a time machine and plan to visit a maternity ward on 19 June 1964 in the Upper East Side of Manhattan.
Thanks to Dr. Habib Sadeghi & Dr. Sherry Samifor the inspiration for these words.