The Courage of Letting Go

Letting go is a real life choice. Not only a path to authentically stay present to the groundless†situations that happen in our relationships, it is also a remarkable, courageous surrender to controlling†the outcome. The trade off of certainty for a real experience of the present moment is more than worth†it as Wendy Strgar, the Loveologist, interviews author Laura Munson on her radio show Lunch With The Loveologist Wednesdays on LA Talk Radio at noon. In this interview with Wendy, Laura describes her season of unlikely happiness in This is Not the Story You Think It IsÖ Donít miss the profound wisdom that comes with the courage of letting go and realizing how happiness is really an inside job.

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Kamia C.
Kamia T2 years ago

The reality is that there's absolutely nothing we really control but ourselves, and even at times that's in question LOL. So letting go, consciously, is probably one of the healthiest things we can do in stressful situations.

sandra j.
sandra j3 years ago

Thank you

Aud Nordby
Aud n4 years ago


Fiona T.
Past Member 4 years ago

Though difficult it is, it's worth of trying

Michele Wilkinson

Thank you

Natasha Salgado
natasha s4 years ago

Letting go of a controlled bad situation can be very rewarding but letting go of an uncontrolled situation,sach as loved one being terminally ill,well that can be very difficult and most often agonizing...our heart is a pyramid of complexity. Thank you.

Huber F.
Huber F4 years ago


Danuta Watola
Danuta W5 years ago

Thanks for the article.

Heather M
Heather Marvin5 years ago

Sometimes letting go is absolutely necessary for instance re an abusive relationship.