English-born American Episcopal Priest and Unity Minister, Author, Lecturer and Trainer
Nobody can change another person, or get another person to be-have in the way we want them to behave. When these relationships become really–I mean really–painful, we must pull away and let go. Sometimes nothing positive happens, and the person simply gets worse. But there are times, creative moments, when the separateness produces a miracle; we have given them the space to change.
Sometimes you must love somebody enough to let them go.
We are co-creators with God, not puppets on a string waiting for something to happen.