It means that you tell your partner everything. That you never keep any secrets. That you fully let them into your heart.
But, most of all, I have learned that love has no language, and that the quicker humanity understands that, the quicker we will begin to understand each other.
I still have a difficult time expressing how I feel. There are times where I feel disconnected from the world and times where I feel like no one will ever understand me.
When it comes to our dating culture, I think it’s safe to say we all have a lot of questions. But one of them raises itself the most apparent, and it is this: What the actual fuck are we all doing?
The human brain has what I would call a safe source filter. That means if someone is primarily critical, you quit listening.
We want it to be all about us and us alone. If you’re not with us, you’re against us.
Breaking the cycle of an unhappy relationship dynamic requires a radical shift in mindset.
We are the generation of hashtags and filters. Everything is created to project an image of who we want to be, which is never as we actually are.
There are different ways (“languages”) in which people feel love. The goal is to learn to communicate in the way that resonates best with your significant other.
When you value difficult people, they will be less apathetic, angry, and fearful, and more compassionate, understanding, and open. However, you will meet difficult people that don’t respond well to even the most empathetic tactics.