Most things in life are negotiable and you can improve your negotiation skills with four easy tips.
How many boyfriends have you had in the past?
1. Being too available.
Rather than entertaining regret and invoking the counterproductive what-if line of thinking, it makes sense to extract a nugget of wisdom from every experience, especially the most upsetting ones.
It’s time to forget about where you’ve been, what you’ve done, and who you used to be. God doesn’t care about your failures, mistakes, or even you mishaps.
Don’t be afraid to be single. Use the time to develop yourself into the type of person you want to be. Learn who you are without relying on another person to complete you.
It’s in our nature to make mistakes. There are few things a person can do to cause irreparable damage to either themselves or others.
No one starts a beginning with an end in mind…
13. The grand, big, and most ambitious missions are the best missions.
A day was eventually set for my self-termination. When the day came it felt strange because I was happy. This part will always stand out to me, that I was joyous — excited, even.