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Archive for May, 2018

  • May 31, 2018
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    Don’t beg: when to walk away from someone

    Many people will go to great lengths and put up with a lot of hardship to keep their significant other around, or to try and keep the interest of a potential partner. If they’re not good enough for you, if they don’t value you like they should, or if they’re not interested – move on.

    Too many people make the mistake of staying with a partner that isn’t good for them. Sometimes, this is because it’s too painful to let the relationship go after they’ve invested so much time and energy into it. Other times it’s because they genuinely think that their partner will be able to change for the better. It’s understandable – ending a relationship can be an extremely distressing experience, especially when you depend on your partner for emotional, financial or practical support, or you fear their reaction.

     

     

    Life is too short

    The hard-to-swallow truth is that life is far too short to waste spending time with the wrong person. Knowing if your partner is a good or bad presence in your life can be frustratingly hard to figure out, however – our brains can make it extremely hard to think clearly and rationally at times. We tend to focus more on the positives and less on the negatives, even if there’s more of them and even if they’re nothing short of awful to an outside observer. Love can be a powerful drug.

    The same holds true for people dating or chasing a potential partner. If they’re not being consistent with you, if they’re on and off, or hot and cold – just walk away. Best case scenario, they like you and are playing mind games (something which just isn’t done by emotionally mature people), and worst case – they’re just not that into you. Regardless, if someone isn’t willing to be open and honest about their feelings, to talk about things in an adult and mature manner, then you’re almost certainly better off without them.

     

    How to tell if your partner is right for you

    If you can’t be yourself – your true self, around them. If they ever intentionally make you feel nervous or scared, or if they think little about you and your feelings before they make decisions that affect you. If they’re ever callous or cruel towards you, or disrespectful. If they don’t put equal effort and commitment in to the relationship – if it’s unbalanced. If any of these things are true about your relationship, the truth is that they’re probably just not right for you.

     

     

    If they’re not? Walk away

    Life is too short to be with someone who doesn’t deserve you, or to chase someone who doesn’t see how special you are. Everyone makes mistakes, but not everyone learns from them. Don’t wait around for a change that may or may not ever come. Live your life for you. Don’t beg, don’t give in to the feeling that you can’t make it alone and that you need someone else in your life to be happy. Walk away.

     

    Written by Maverick, Staff writter.

  • May 31, 2018
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    “If someone treats you like crap, just remember that there’s  something wrong with them, not you. Normal people don’t go around destroying other human beings.”

  • May 31, 2018
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    Life is so ironic. It takes sadness to know happiness, noise to appreciate silence, and absence to value presence.

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    It’s nice when someone remembers small details about you. Not because you keep reminding them, but because they actually care.

  • May 31, 2018
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    I like to smile at people who do not like me.

  • May 31, 2018
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    Sometimes you have to let things go so there’s room for better things to come into your life.

  • May 30, 2018
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    Only trust someone who can see these three things in you: The sorrow behind your smile, the love behind your anger, and the reason behind your silence.

  • May 30, 2018
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    Either they like you or they don’t. Never try to convince somebody of your worth. If a person doesn’t appreciate you, they don’t deserve you. Respect yourself and be with people who truly value “you”.  -Brigitte Nicole

  • May 30, 2018
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    If God shuts a door, quit banging on it! Whatever was behind it, wasn’t meant for you. Consider the fact that maybe he closed that door because He knew you were worth so much more.

  • May 30, 2018
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    So you want to be happy?
    Let go of what’s gone, be grateful for what remains and look forward to what is coming.

  • May 30, 2018
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    Don’t worry about the haters… They are just angry because the truth you speak contradicts the lie they live. – Dr. Steve Maraboli

  • May 30, 2018
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    Imagine meeting someone who wanted to learn your past not to punish you, but to understand how you needed to be loved.

  • May 29, 2018
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    Finding the “one” 

    For many of us, the idea of finding ‘the one’ is something we spend a great deal of time fantasising about. Having that ideal, incredible person enter our lives one day to sweep us off our feet seems to some to be a certainty and to others to be little more than a pipe dream, like winning the lottery. What most people have in common though, is the pervading desire to find this person. It consumes us. We read novels and watch numerous films and TV shows (Jim and Pam from The Office, anyone?) where two people have such an intense and personal romantic connection that it seems to transcend everything else. We watch, and we desire, and we hope for the same thing to one day happen to us.

    Regardless of whether or not you believe in souls, you can safely assume that someone out there (in fact, multiple people, given the world’s population of almost eight billion) is the perfect match for you. It’s just a matter of meeting them. At the right time. And knowing what to look for when you meet them. Easy. Right?

     

    Being realistic

    Imagine ‘the one’ as you see them in your mind’s eye. What are they like? What is it about them that makes them so perfect? Perhaps they’re your best friend. They know you better than anyone. They listen to you. They’re thoughtful. They like the same things as you, you have a mutual bond cemented with trust and respect. You have each other’s backs. They laugh at all your jokes. You never disagree, you never argue. Everything is picture perfect. The two of you meet, fall deeply in love, and live happily ever after.

    Except that’s not the way life works. Often, the idea we have of ‘the one’ in our minds is far too idealistic. Perfection is not attainable. You cannot place someone on that pedestal of being totally and utterly perfect – because that person simply doesn’t exist. That said, you can still find someone that’s virtually perfect for you. Not a perfect human being, but a perfect match (or close to it).

    The problem is that finding this person is extremely difficult. Us humans are a strange, diverse bunch. Each of us is different from the other in thousands of small, subtle ways. The experiences we go through in life shape and mould us, and no two people can have anything close to identical sets of past experiences. There’s no guarantee that you’ll find ‘the one’ for you at any point throughout the course of your life, but there’s a few things you can do to make it more likely.

     

    Becoming the person you need to be

    This is what’s known as self-actualisation. It means becoming the best possible version of yourself, maximising your potential and pushing yourself to grow and develop to build a brilliant, fulfilling life. Too often, happiness is seen as a point in life that you’ll get to eventually, if only you could get that promotion, that new car, that house (or find your soulmate!). The truth is that happiness is a state of mind. It’s knowing that the present moment, the journey, is what is really important – the destination never really arrives. You arrive at the place that you expected to reach and finally be happy, only to find that the things you want have now changed. You want more. The boundaries of happiness have been pushed that bit further away. This process never stops – we always want more. If you keep deferring your happiness to some perfect vision of the future, you’ll never arrive. You have to learn to be happy in the moment.

    Written by Maverick, staff writter,

    About the author:

    I’m a freelance writer from London, England. I specialise in webcopy, ghostwriting, and creative writing. I’m currently travelling the world as a digital nomad. I enjoy reading, writing, watching films and series, browsing Reddit, and listening to music. I think Frank Ocean is a living legend. I’ve written for a number of online clients, including the Lessons Learned In Life blog.

     

  • May 29, 2018
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    As you get older, you can energetically feel the difference between people who love you and those who care at their own convenience.

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    Marriage doesn’t guarantee that you will be together forever, it’s only paper. It takes trust, respect, commitment, understanding, friendship and faith in your relationship to make it last.

  • May 29, 2018
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    You can’t change someone who doesn’t see an issue in their actions.

  • May 29, 2018
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    Some days I wish I could go back in life, not to change things, just to feel a few things twice.

  • May 29, 2018
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    Never apologize for how much love you have to give. Just feel sorry for those who didn’t want any of it.

  • May 28, 2018
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    You don’t have to have sex to be a cheater. Once you start hiding text messages, lying about where you’re going and who you’re with, you’re already on your way.

  • May 28, 2018
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    I am in competition with no one. I run my own race. I have no desire to play the game of being better than anyone, in any way, shape, or form. I just aim to improve, to be better than I was before. That’s me and I’m free.

  • May 28, 2018
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    If my absence doesn’t affect your life then my presence has no meaning in it.

  • May 28, 2018
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    A strong woman is one who is able to smile this morning like she wasn’t crying last night.

  • May 28, 2018
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    You can do 99 things for someone and all they’ll remember is the one thing you didn’t do.

  • May 28, 2018
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    HOW OUR HEARTS ARE CHANGED BY BETRAYAL

     

    You haven’t always been this way.

    You haven’t always been a body lined with thorns, a heart wrapped in razor wire; hard lines and jaded eyes.

    Distant, aloof, guarded.

    There was a time you were shades of pastel; when your heart knew love, and trust rested freely upon your fingertips.

    There was a time your days were painted with innocence. Where eager eyes gazed at the world with hope and wonder, your heart still shiny and new.

    But all of this changed the moment you were betrayed by someone you loved. Someone you trusted. Someone who should have protected you. Someone who hurt you instead. Someone who allowed you to be hurt by others.

    There is little else that shatters a heart as much as the pain of betrayal. It tears you open, rips your heart out of your chest. You don’t want to put it back, you want to leave it on the floor to bleed until there is nothing left, until the blood runs dry and you no longer have to feel a damn thing anymore. But you can’t. You have to go on. So you pick your heart off the floor and place it back inside your hollow chest.

    Except, the heart that you put back is never the same heart. It is wounded, war-torn. It no longer seeks love, but only to protect itself from the pain of ever being betrayed again.

    A heart that is betrayed is changed forever.

    No longer will it trust anyone again, but greets every person with reservation and fear; wary of a world that has proven to only take advantage for its own benefit. It remains hyper-vigilant in its desperate need to prove itself right; forever searching for the cracks inside another person that prove they too are unworthy of trust. It needs to know its enemy. It needs to remain one step in front at all times. Kindness is met with suspicion, for your heart has learned nothing comes without a cost – there are always strings, always an agenda. Your heart rejects kindness, remains cynical of it, refuses to accept it. It would rather suffer on its own than accept kindness that allows it to become vulnerable to another.

    Your heart no longer knows how to trust itself either, and it makes vows to stay hard, to stay tough. Never will I want again. Never will I need again. Never will I trust again. Never will I love again. These vows are the cornerstones of the fortress it builds around itself, the strongholds that keep the walls in place. It gives up hope of ever being protected and instead learns to protect itself. It becomes a slave to its independence, its autonomy. Here, in its fortress, it is safe. Here, behind its walls, it can remain distant, removed.

    Here, your heart can trust itself not to feel. 

    For betrayal has taught your heart how dangerous it is to feel. To want, to need. To desire love, relationship, connection. No, your heart must deaden itself to its desires. It must wake each morning with one goal of attack – to kill your hungry soul. To destroy your desires before they destroy you. Your heart cannot afford to want, it is too dangerous, too much of a risk that will lead to being hurt again. This is how your heart stays safe – it refuses to be tempted by love ever again.

    Except, your heart was created for relationship. Your heart was created for intimacy. But intimacy is the enemy, the biggest threat. Intimacy requires your heart to be vulnerable, to let someone close. To betray its own desires in the hope it will not be betrayed because of them. Intimacy is the most dangerous of all, and your heart turns itself away and chooses to live without hope of relationship, of closeness, of oneness with another.

    Betrayal has changed your heart.

    It has damaged your heart.

    It has left it powerless, helpless, vulnerable, wounded, damaged, guarded, broken. Your heart can no longer trust, does not trust. It no longer believes in the goodness of anyone else’s heart. It no longer believes it is worthy of being loved, of being protected. It is tired from living in a constant state of anticipation and expectation that it will be hurt and betrayed once more. It no longer wants to love, no longer knows how to love. It has become numb, deadened to its desires, and you tell yourself you are content with this.

    That here, you are safe. You are in control. You are untouchable.

    Except, you are lonely. So goddamn lonely.

    And this is the paradox of betrayal.

    You are scared of relationship, yet relationship is the very thing that will heal your heart.

    Dear heart, there is a need for you to be safe.

    But there is a greater need for you to be loved.

    The only way to heal is through love. You must find the courage to pull down your fortress. It has kept you safe. But you have dwelled long enough in your solitude. In your loneliness. It is time to lay down your weapons. Surrender is not defeat, but the end of the fight.

    To love is to risk hurt. To trust is to risk betrayal. But you must risk so that you may heal.

    Your heart has learned how to stay safe, how to survive.

    Now, it must learn how to once again love.

    Written by Kathy Parker

    ( with permission)

    Find out more about Kathy at her blog: https://kathyparker.com.au/

  • May 27, 2018
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    As we grow older we don’t lose friends, we just learn who the real ones are.

  • May 27, 2018
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    “Love does not always have to be this mountain top experience, but it does need to be as constant as a mountain; never moving, always steady and willing to stay.” ~T.B. LaBerge

  • May 27, 2018
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    Grief, I’ve learned, is really just love.  It’s all the love you want to give, but cannot. All of that unspent love gathers in the corners of your eyes, the lump in your throat, and in the hollow part of your chest.  Grief is just love with no place to go. ~Jamie Anderson

  • May 27, 2018
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    If you have a family that loves you, a few good friends, food on your table and a roof over your head. You are richer than you think.

  • May 27, 2018
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    “Someday, all the love you’ve given away, will find its way back to you, and it will finally stay.”
    ―Drewniverses.

  • May 27, 2018
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    Sometimes you just have to erase the messages, delete the numbers and move on. You dont have to forget who that person was to you but you just have to accept that they arent the same person anymore.

  • May 26, 2018
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    You ever notice people would rather stop speaking to you instead of apologizing when they’re wrong.

  • May 26, 2018
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    One of the hardest decisions you’ll ever face in life is choosing whether to walk away or try harder.

  • May 26, 2018
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    Dear God, thank you for another day. Please watch over my family and friends today. Thank you.

  • May 26, 2018
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    A person who feels appreciated will always do more than what is expected.

  • May 26, 2018
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    It’s okay to dislike someone, or even dislike someone for no reason. But it’s not okay to disrespect, degrade, and humiliate that person.

  • May 26, 2018
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    I’m a strong person and there is a limit to how much I will take. If you lie to me, disrespect me or treat me like I don’t matter….I’m done.

  • May 25, 2018
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    Dear mind, Please stop thinking so much at night. I need to sleep.

  • May 25, 2018
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    When I die, don’t come to my grave to tell me how much you love me and how much you miss me, because those are the words I want to hear while I’m still alive

  • May 25, 2018
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    “Do the right thing, even when no one is looking. It’s called integrity.”

  • May 25, 2018
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    I admire people who choose to shine even after all the storms they have been through.

  • May 25, 2018
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    In my life, I’ve lived, I’ve loved, I’ve lost, I’ve missed, I’ve hurt, I’ve trusted, I’ve made mistakes, but most of all, I’ve learned.

  • May 25, 2018
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    “If there’s even a slight chance of getting something that will make you happy, risk it. Life’s too short, and happiness is too rare.”

  • May 24, 2018
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    Thank You for Teaching Me I Was Worth More Than You: An Open Letter to the One Who Nearly Broke Me, But Not Quite

     

    “You didn’t love her. You just didn’t want to be alone. Or maybe, maybe she was good for your ego. Or maybe she made you feel better about your miserable life. But you didn’t love her, because you don’t destroy the person that you love” (Grey’s Anatomy)

     

    When I look back now, it’s hard to believe I ever thought you loved me. How desperate I must have been to call that love when in your hands I became so small; crushed by the heaviness of your fingers as they pressed into my skin, the imprint faded but still visible after all this time. How eroded my worth became with each crash of furious words that washed against the already worn breakwaters of my heart. How afraid I became of not just you, but of everything I once was that I no longer trusted myself to be, for fear I would take a wrong step and set off another landmine beneath the surface of your skin.

     

    You left that day, stopping only to push the knife in a little deeper on your way out the door. The pain was so great I hoped to bleed out, right there on the floor where you left me. I wondered if I could survive what you had done to me; if I even wanted to. But resilience has always coursed through my veins faster than sorrow and though weak, I found the courage to pick myself up from the floor that day.

     

    It all seems so long ago now. How far I have come since these pale scars were once open wounds. How distant the taste of bitterness upon my tongue now seems. I’ve long since stopped wanting to call, to write, to tell you of all the ways you nearly broke me, but not quite. Instead, I have come to realise should I ever pass by you on the street, there is only two words I would need to say.

     

    Thank you.

     

    Thank you for teaching me I will never again settle for someone who can destroy a woman and call that love; who can not only justify their abuse through victim-blaming, but make a woman believe they actually deserved such abuse.

     

    Thank you for teaching me I will never again be controlled by another in a relationship; that I am the keeper of my own life, my own choices and my own relationships and I’m entitled to live my life with freedom, and not be imprisoned by another person’s power over me.

     

    Thank you for teaching me I need not compromise who I am and all I believe in order to be loved; that I do not need to scrape my knees on the ground of another’s approval, nor ever apologise for who I am to those who choose not to accept me regardless.

     

    Thank you for teaching me I do not need another to complete me; that I am better off being alone than ever being with someone who does not love me with respect, kindness, thoughtfulness, gentleness, acceptance.

     

    Thank you for teaching me never to look back; for all the apologies that didn’t reach your eyes, for all the promises spoken through lying teeth, for all the times I did come back only to end up more shattered by you each time.

     

    Thank you for helping me understand men like you never change.

     

    Thank you for teaching me I am worth more than you.

     

    Thank you for teaching me about love.

     

    The kind of love you could never give.

     

    The kind of love I am worth.

     

    The kind of love I will only ever accept from another so long as they can love me the way I have finally learned to love myself.

    Written by Kathy Parker

    ( with permission)

    Kathy Parker is a Warrior. Dreamer. Creator. Writer. Fighter of all that is beautiful and good. Advocator for the underdog. Truth-teller. Empath. Passionate soul. Lover of land and ocean. Coffee drinker. Gentle spirit. Sensitive soul. Wild heart. Survivor. She is a freelance writer, blogger for HuffPost Australia, and columnist for elephant journal who is currently writing her first manuscript.

    Married to a farmer in the Limestone Coast of South Australia, she is also a mother to four astonishing children.

    Find out more about Kathy at her blog: https://kathyparker.com.au/

     

  • May 24, 2018
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    Depression is when you don’t really care about anything. Anxiety is when you care too much about everything. And having both is just like hell.

  • May 24, 2018
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    “Stress can destroy much more than just our physical health. Too often, it eats away at our hope, belief, and faith.” ― Charles F. Glassman

  • May 24, 2018
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    Be Grateful for every second of every day that you get to spend with the people you love. Life is so very precious.

  • May 24, 2018
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    Choose a partner who is good for you. Not good for your parents. Not good for your image. Not good for your bank account. Chose someone who’s going to make your life emotionally fulfilling.

  • May 24, 2018
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    I honestly love being around positive people. You’re not judged, there’s no drama, everyone just wants to relax and have a nice time.

  • May 23, 2018
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    12 Ways Men show their love – Through actions, not words.

    It’s relatively common knowledge that men tend to express their love and affection in different ways to women. Women are usually more verbally expressive than their male counterparts and are often left somewhat in the lurch and wondering how their male partners really feel due to the lack of expression of their love.

    Men tend to be more comfortable and at ease displaying their love through actions and gestures, rather than simply through words. If your boyfriend, fiancée, or husband isn’t telling you his feelings, here are 12 ways he might show you his love.

     

     

    • Being physically close to you

     

    Whether its keeping his arm around you, holding your hand, cuddling you or even laying his head in your lap or vice versa, a man who loves you will attempt to stay physically connected with you and in close proximity.

     

     

    • He gives you thoughtful gifts

     

    Buying good gifts requires a lot of thought and effort. If your man goes the extra mile to make or buy gifts that really mean something special to you, it’s clear that he has extremely strong feelings of love and wants to show you how much you mean to him.

     

     

    • He listens to what you have to say

     

    And I mean really listens. The kind that involves staying quiet and thinking intently about what you’re saying. A man that loves you will tend to give thoughtful, insightful comments and advice regarding what you’ve been saying to him. A sure sign that he’s listening to you is when he remembers little things about you that you’ve mentioned in passing – your favorite movie perhaps, or your favorite place.

     

     

    • He asks for your advice

     

    Following on from the last point, a man who loves you will value your advice and feedback. He’ll look to you for life advice and your thoughts on different things. If he loves you, then he’ll respect you, your opinions and your ideas.

     

     

    • He chooses to spend time with you

     

    And he doesn’t mind much exactly what it is you guys do – as long as it’s together. He’ll walk your dog with you, keep you company while shopping, chat to you while you wash your hair. It doesn’t matter what it is to him, all that matters is that he gets to do it with you.

     

     

    • He’s willing to compromise

     

    Any healthy relationship requires compromise. When a man loves you, he’ll be willing to compromise to make sure you’re both getting a fair deal out of the relationship. Remember that next time he agrees to go visit your parents rather than watch the game or hang out with his friends.

     

     

    • He loves to show you off

     

    When he starts to bring you around his friends and family, it shows that he’s serious about you, that he’s proud of you and the relationship you share together. He wants to make you an important part of his life and he wants everyone he loves to see how happy you make him.

     

     

    • He stays in touch with you

     

    Someone that loves you won’t have to constantly explain themselves as to why they’re not keeping in touch – if they’re genuinely in love with you, they will stay in touch naturally. They won’t want to be out of touch! If he calls just to see how you are and what you’re up to, it’s a sure indicator that you’re on his mind.

     

     

    • He does little things to help

     

    Helping you with everyday tasks and chores is something that a man will only do when he cares about you a great deal. If he’s constantly doing little things to help you out and make your life easier then he loves you. If he wasn’t serious, he wouldn’t be willing to stick around without immediate gain for himself.

     

     

    • You rub off on him

     

    We unconsciously mirror those we like. When we love someone, this effect is even more pronounced. Remember that the next time you see him fold his arms after you do, or hear him copy phrases and expressions of yours.  

     

     

    • Eye contact during intimate moments

     

    Eye contact is one of the most powerful body language indicators we have. You can communicate a great deal with just a look. When the man in your life holds eye contact during intimate moments you have together, it shows he’s experiencing strong emotions of love and caring. If he wasn’t, it’s highly likely he’d feel extremely uncomfortable sharing eye contact with you for that long.

     

     

    • He makes an effort to learn about the things you love

     

    Anyone who truly loves you will want to learn about whatever it is that you love, in order to share the experience with you and grow closer. Whether it’s makeup tutorials or lacrosse, a man that loves you will try and learn more about your interests.

    Written by Maverick, Staff writter,

    @Lessons Learned In Life Inc.,

     

  • May 23, 2018
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    Do not chase people. Work hard and be you. The right people who belong in your life will come and find you and stay. Do your thing.

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    The Brave Face of a Strong Woman. 

     

    What is she like? She’s many things. She’s someone that people look up to. Someone that seems indestructible. She seems to be ever-capable, always able to get up and carry on, no matter what life throws at her. She always has words of advice, she’s always calm and composed. It seems nothing can harm her. She takes all of life’s pain in her stride, never seen to falter or stumble.

    She’s also often broken inside. Although she’d never let anyone see the vulnerabilities beneath her armor, she’s struggling. No one is strong all the time. Some days she wakes up and wants to scream. Sometimes she lies awake at night, staring at the ceiling and wishing her life was half as perfect as it seems to everyone else. She’s withstood everything life has thrown at her. She’s someone that’s seen things at their worst. She’s seen misery. She’s been exposed to the cruellest side of humanity. To be strong is to have lived these things, to have learned these lessons. To have experienced some of the nuance of being human.

    So much seems to be expected of her – something she’s only too aware of. She feels the responsibility, the pressure that comes with the impossible task of being labelled as a strong person. She has to keep up appearances. She’s always putting out fires for other people, always making sure she’s there for the important people in her life. But often, she doesn’t let people close enough to be there for her. She’s not there for herself, either. She doesn’t show the same kindness, the same compassion towards her inner thoughts and feelings. She’s self-critical. She expects perfection, and when she can’t get there she’s harsh on herself.

    Perfection is unattainable. She shouldn’t aim for perfection. What’s important is that she keeps going. No matter how bad things get, no matter how hard it gets to wake up every day and keep trying, she does. It might take her some time. She might not make it out of bed some days, and that’s okay. What’s important is that in the end, she picks herself back up and carries on.

    Everyone is fighting their own battle. Even those of us who appear to be the strongest, the most invincible. Everyone struggles. To struggle is to be human.

    The strong woman is no different; she experiences the struggle. And she’s brave in the face of it.

    Written by Maverick, Staff Writter,

    @Lessons Learned In Life Inc.,

  • May 23, 2018
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    Happiness comes a lot easier when you stop complaining about your problems and you start being grateful for all the problems you don’t have.

  • May 23, 2018
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    I want to go on a road trip, listen to good music and discover beautiful places.

  • May 23, 2018
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    43

    When love is real, it doesn’t lie, cheat, pretend, hurt you or make you feel unwanted.

  • May 22, 2018
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    19

    People who stay in the car a little longer to listen to music are my kind of people.

  • May 22, 2018
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    28

    A beautiful face will age and a perfect body will change, but a beautiful soul will always be a beautiful soul.

  • May 22, 2018
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    50

    People will never truly understand something until it happens to them.

  • May 22, 2018
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    A strong person is not the one who doesn’t cry. A strong person is one who is quiet and sheds tears for a moment and then picks up the sword and fights again.

  • May 22, 2018
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    Missing someone isn’t about how long since you’ve seen them or the amount of time you’ve talked to them. It’s about that very moment when you’re doing something and wishing they were right there with you.

  • May 22, 2018
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    Don’t feel sad over someone who gave up on you, feel sorry for them because they gave up on someone who would have never given up on them.

  • May 21, 2018
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    11

    One of the best feelings is finally losing feelings and your attachment to somebody that isn’t good for you.

  • May 21, 2018
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    28

    Weak people revenge. Strong people forgive. Intelligent people ignore.

  • May 21, 2018
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    25

    You don’t always need a planSometimes you just need to breathe, trust, let go, and see what happens. Mandy Hale

  • May 21, 2018
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    Never underestimate the pain of a person, because in all honesty, everyone is struggling. Some people are better at hiding it than others.

  • May 21, 2018
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    My point is, when you love someone, when you care for someone, you have to do it through the good and the bad. Not just when you’re happy and it’s easy.

  • May 20, 2018
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    37

    Karma “Think good thoughts, say nice things, do good for others. Everything comes back.”

  • May 20, 2018
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    38

    Don’t waste words on people who deserve your silence. Sometimes the most powerful thing you can say is nothing at all. – Mandy Hale

  • May 20, 2018
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    29

    When you fully trust someone without any doubt, you finally get one of two results: A person for life or A lesson for life.

  • May 20, 2018
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    44

    The only keeper of your happiness is you. Stop giving people power to control your smile, your worth and your attitude. – Mandy Hale.

  • May 20, 2018
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    You might be sad because you’ve been through a lot, but you should also be proud of yourself for being strong enough to make it through it.