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Air Quality: PSI 52-55 Thundery showers mainly over northern , western and central Singapore in the late afternoon. Wong Li-Lin poses for a photo in the media area at the ComChest Care & Share Charity Show 2014. A love-minded man will want to get you in front of his family as soon as possible, so he can see how you interact with the people he cares about.
Yes, relationships are wonderful and they add so much to our lives, but they are not here in existence to provide a happiness we can’t find in ourselves.
Relationships are about healing, are about a person who you feel so strongly attached to that you can’t help but face the types of growth moments that come up in a fight that rips you apart or during a moment so intimate you see yourself differently. And a relationship, because of the intensity of feelings, presents to you your most raw and vulnerable. And it’s a mirror showing you every part of yourself you’re ashamed of, that you hate about yourself, that you wish you could hide away. That said, I get what you’re saying here and I love how you graduated from just being upset about being incomplete outside of yourself to learning how to refine yourself through whatever relationship you may find yourself in. I’m terrible at relationships, but largely because I just prefer to be alone than be stressed out.

Life taught me one thing at this point, do what ever you feasibly can but please do not maintain a balance sheet. If the guy you're dating is worth anything, he should be interested in every aspect of your life.
If he's a keeper, then he should consistently meet, and sometimes exceed, your expectations. If he can hold down a job now, there's a good chance he'll be able to pull his financial weight later. He draws on his personal experiences and the stories that millions of people have shared with him over the years to help more people find and keep the love they deserve. Why have we become people who willingly and voluntarily allow someone else to control the state of our happiness? It is nobody’s job to make you happy (unless you’re rich and can hire someone to fulfill all your needs, then by all means!). You’re attracted to someone based on how much they can allow you to grow, to understand parts of yourself you couldn’t understand without them, to experience what it’s like to be vulnerable. You come up against your own beliefs about love and commitment and vulnerability and resolve and strength. I definitely leave relationships once they become unhappy but mainly because I don’t keep people in my life who are a constant source of unhappiness. Lessons Learned In Life strives to offer you unique illustrations, posters and quotes besides collecting the information from the internet, books , magazines and various visual media.
We’ve collectively accepted that it’s totally fine to give someone else the remote control to our emotional state.

To put an expectation on someone else that their commitment to you is a commitment to keep you in a constant state of happiness, is fucking lunacy. And, because of this, because we don’t understand that a relationship is not meant to fulfill a gap or void or bring us happiness, we have yet to experience the gifts of what romantic love actually offers. It’s your reflection and it forces you to choose the parts of yourself you want to keep, the parts you want to change, and the parts you need to discard so you can experience a deeper level of love with this person in front of you. A relationship ends when you’ve each served your purpose to each other, in terms of growth.
We’re here to, each day, shed layers of ourselves, be better versions of who we used to be, and to be strong and vulnerable, and to grow.
It’s less about them making me happy all the time and more about not allowing them to make me unhappy all the time. Lessons Learned In Life does not claim credit and own any of the matter compiled from them . You part ways when you’re meant to part ways, when there’s nothing more you can learn from each other, when you’ve, quite literally, grown out of each other.
We’ve all drank the same Kool-Aid and we’re all like, yeah, it’s cool to let someone else dictate how happy or unhappy I am without having any responsibility to myself.

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