Release any expectations or rigid beliefs about how they "should" have acted and instead accept the reality of what has transpired. Take the time to reflect and clarify your own needs and boundaries, ensuring that you have a clear understanding of what is important to you. Next, consider initiating a courageous conversation with the person, expressing your feelings openly and honestly while maintaining respect and empathy. Be willing to listen and understand their perspective as well. It is crucial to approach the conversation with a fresh start, leaving past disappointments behind and being open to the potential for growth and positive change. Lastly, celebrate the successes and growth that occur along the way, recognizing and appreciating the efforts made by both parties in fostering a stronger and more fulfilling relationship.
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