If you’re worried about what someone did in the past or terrified that they’re going to desert you in the future, it becomes impossible to enjoy the present with them.
The story is about what they don’t have instead of what they really WANT instead.
The truth is, there’s a fundamental difference between loving someone and whether a relationship with them is the right thing for you.
The truth is that happiness is a choice, not something that your partner gives you through action.
Most conflict is rooted in these subtle, stubborn ideas about what SHOULD happen.
Later on, when it all dies down, you don’t want to look back and think “Oh man, did I really act like that?”
Make time by mutual agreement, not because you’re holding out a catcher’s mitt for their attention.
You might not even know what their standards ARE, but it feels like whatever you do is wrong.
Just because you’ve been hurt doesn’t mean that there isn’t someone else out there for you in the future.
If you’re single right now and want not just someone— but the right person in your life, this is for you.