If you are more afraid of your goals than you are inspired by them, you are not living up to your full potential.
If you’re going to love someone make sure to love them for who they are right now and not for who they could be.
Many of those qualities are probably the same ones that the friends and family members of the partners value in them. Narcissists, however, unfortunately know how to exploit those qualities to their advantage.
Your potential never showed up. Your potential wasn’t even close. Your potential never saved the day. Your potential broke my heart.
You can always heal when you remember that you’re not hard to love, you just fell for people who couldn’t understand you and people who were incapable of loving anyone — not just you.
If you want to accomplish a goal, stop being so focussed on the goal itself. Become obsessed with the daily grind. Put in work. Persevere. Stop wishing and expect it to be hard.
Stop holding yourself back from your own potential.
Does he compliment you and ask you thoughtful questions about yourself and life? Is he supportive of your success?
Real life is not a Nicholas Spark’s book in which a person changes every fiber of their being for true love.
It’s essential to have and maintain your own life outside of your relationship.