The Art Of Letting Go - Thought Catalog

The Art Of Letting Go

By Thought Catalog

  • Release Date: 2016-02-29
  • Genre: Self-Improvement
Score: 4.5
From 4,945 Ratings


We often struggle to let some people go especially when they made that decision. We question the universe, we question ourselves and we question everyone around us but we never truly get our answers. Letting someone go takes time, patience and commitment to actively stop ourselves from relapsing and thinking about that person again. The Art Of Letting Go helps you understand why, how and when you should let someone go so you can move on and never look back.


  • Perfect.

    By bbyGrlC
    Loved this book , opened my eyes to barriers I have faced.
  • Caught off guard !

    By 001.King
    A masculine male here who enjoys self help books/podcasts. I heard about this one through a few sources but never researched it for myself. With that being said, I had no expectations. I just started reading it the other day and it kind of caught me off guard due the writing coming thru the woman’s view point. However, there are gems that are still available to all individuals who remain open minded. After a few chapters, I did begin skimming through. I could feel the feminine energy with most parts of the book even after placing things into the masculine perspective but it only helps so much. I would still recommend the read. Offers great tips, especially for women (or men) of early adult, late adolescents.
  • Satisfaction

    By Karoaug
    One of the best books I have ever read!!!
  • best book for breakup

    By bratttash
    great book and it was free đź’ž
  • Oh...*That* Kind of Letting Go

    By "Star Guy" Gary
    I discovered this book while stranded for three days in Lexington, Ky. waiting for repair of my car’s failed transmission in the absence of decent reading material. The title led me to believe it would help me address my tendency to cling to things - memories, pictures, documents, recordings, souvenirs. (In a similar way, Fëanor and the Elves brought war, destruction, and death to Middle Earth in *The Silmarillion* with their desire to “preserve all things unstained” - first, the light of The Two Trees in The Three Jewels, and, then, their desire to punish Morgoth after he destroyed the Trees and stole The Jewels.) By the time I realized the book focused exclusively on relationships, I also realized I would have to look elsewhere for the counsel I sought. Nonetheless, I very much enjoyed the book and found many resonances with my own experiences. I even recommended it to our daughter, who is navigating the treacherous waters of a divorce from her husband of several years. This was my first experience with e-reading and (I must confess) I liked it. It allows me to access an entire library or bookstore from a device that fits in my pocket! Now - if e-readers can emulate the feel of a page as fingers turn it or the the smell of a freshly opened book, I’ll be in literary heaven...
  • Great book helped me breakup

    By J bonnus
    Great read took a year to read but by the end of it I managed to break it off with someone I still do love and want and hope the best for This book may have not been an English lesson but it showed me I have to put my future before my feelings. And that the biggest strength we have is letting go(:
  • Really Good

    By Xai_02
    I really enjoyed reading this book. It helped me understand more on a couples of things that run through my head a lot. I highly recommend this book, especially for those who struggle with letting go.
  • fast read… couldn’t putting down.

    By pekosita05
    Great book for girls in their 20s.. well done.. self help.. great tools to get moving after a break up.
  • Thank you

    By Hayes2040
  • Out of an eleven year relationship this was helpful

    By RR_777
    Needed this