And that word is? ... 'Why' ... When it's used beyond the everyday context of curiosity, with no obvious answer, asking why means you replace all sense of balance with endless frustration.
How many times have you listened to friends (and yourself!) repeatedly asking why at the end of a relationship? It's pointless, because you never know how the other person is thinking, no matter how close you were before.
Asking why is just adding to the hurt as you dig up every possible reason, and turn over everything you might have done or said wrong. When you ask why without any chance of hearing a comprehensive reply that completely heals your pain, which is highly unlikely after an emotional break-up, you just go round in circles. Eliminate why and you will also remove drama from your life.
The automatic response of asking why after you face any sadness or trauma immediately puts you into the victim mode. Nobody can explain exactly why awful things happen, they're part of life's rich pattern, and they happen to everyone.
If your emotions swing from high to low you can't think straight, or make rational decisions. You know you are the only person who can control your moods, so choose to have peace of mind - delete 'why' - and restore balance to your life.
ZPoint is the perfect way to eliminate the rollercoaster of emotions. You can take any pain through the process, and it's ability to affect you is removed. You still have the memory, but it doesn't have any hold over you any more. ZPoint gives you the opportunity to stand back and see situations more clearly and calmly, so you make the right choices for you.
ZPoint replaces sadness with peace, contentment, and deep happiness - a much better way to live than with the torment of 'why'.
"Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery. None but ourselves can free our minds. Won't you help to sing the songs of freedom?" - Bob Marley