Not everyone in life are compatible.
Whether it be co-workers, acquaintances, friends, lovers ~ if you are not compatible you are not compatible. It isn’t good or bad ~ No Judgement ~ it just IS.
It doesn’t necessarily mean either party involved is an A-hole (though on the surface sometimes it may seem that way).
Most people come into your life for a reason, that doesn’t necessarily mean they are destined to be there for a lifetime.
Lessons and contemplations: What can/have you learned from each other? More important, what valuable lesson have you learned about yourself? How can you transmute a “negative” experience to a positive life lesson? What can you do to change yourself to establish more healthy relationships in the future?
I know, on a personal note, that I have encountered/dealt with people and didn’t like certain dynamics of how they regarded/treated me. Criticism, using, jealousy, possessiveness, defensiveness, taking things too personal when they weren’t meant that way (etc).. did I do those things to others?!
Why yes, I think I did. 😮
I certainly didn’t like it being done to me ~ I was reminded of the Golden Rule ~ therefore I endeavoured to be more consciously aware to not impose such things on anyone else.
Painful lessons, misunderstandings, shattered friendships, broken hearts ~ valuable compassion, awareness, and adjustments to make a better person (or else be doomed to continue the same patterns and vicious cycles, etc). Somehow, I found some peace. Somehow, I still feel triumphant. Somehow, I had improved my personal journey and relationships of all kinds.
Some relationships could be re-established and strengthened. Some could not.
Not everyone in life are meant to be compatible. And that’s okay. Sometimes it’s just like that, and just that simple.
Thank you, Spirit.