Sometimes our past can be so haunting and no matter how hard we try to forget, the memories just come creeping in. It destroys our peace, plays with our mind and sometimes makes us depressed. It’s a terrible thing and we all have some past that we like to forget.

Here are some tips on overcoming our past and moving forward positively.


You had an unforgettable past and it tore you down. Put a full stop there. It’s over and it is not happening now. Try to convince yourselves about this fact and understand that it’s not your fault that you had a rough past. Some times life is like that. It isn’t fair.


Try to get engaged in a lot of activities so that you don’t have time to think about your past. Hanging out with friends, spending time with your near and dear ones or being a part of community service are some of the best ways to get yourselves involved in. The main idea is to make sure that you don’t isolate yourself from the outside world.


Do not look back at your past ever. Try to be more positive about life and look out for the numerous good things in life. Help yourself elevate to a level that you are so comfortable to be. Remain there and be happy. Achieve what you wanted to and be proud about it. Look only for the best and not the worst. Life is so wonderful and time should be spend in making beautiful memories.


18 thoughts on “3 WAYS TO MOVE ON

  1. I really needed this message today. Even when our past is mostly happy, life can change abruptly and loved ones may be taken from us by death, dementia or conflict. I am working on reminding myself that a sad ending to a formerly wonderful situation does not negate the great happiness that came before. I can move on and still remain grateful for what now lies in my past, even though I was unwilling to let go of it and felt desperately sad to know it ended. Moving on will always be something that life requires of us, and we may as well learn to do it more skillfully. You give us excellent advice here.

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