Consider other’s opinions first before you react and say something you may regret.
Once they love, avoidants will no longer hold back from themselves.
You somehow came to the conclusion that you are the only one blocking the way to your happiness, and you now actively walk on the path towards that happiness, which makes you freer than you ever were before.
Even the dictionary itself has defined it as the former, but it’s time people began to realize what love really is — a choice.
But getting to know someone takes time, and friendship alone is something that needs to be watered, not a seed that magically sprouts overnight.
You will continue doing so until you choose to consciously not reinforce that type of behavior again.
Not taking everything personally or bringing unnecessary personal attacks into an argument is definitely something you should be proud of. Likewise, being able to articulate your emotions in uncomfortable situations at work or at home.
Even people who do have faith, whether they’re leaders in the community or new people in our lives, can still not be sent to us from God, and they can take us down the wrong path and make us feel undeserving and incomplete.
Don’t feel guilty when you’ve already grieved for your relationship before it ended. Because things change, people change, and sometimes it’s because we’re growing into the person we were always meant to be.