You are on your own

I was surprised to listen to her saying that they shouldn´t be together because they didn’t bring the best in each other. And I was surprised because I have heard that even from marriage counsellors, psychologists, doctors, lawyers and many other people who are supposed to be a little more knowledgeable.

Maybe that is why so many relationships have been and still are nowadays, doomed to fail.

You are responsible of your life, you are responsible to shine with your own light regardless of who you are with or what is going on around you.  You don’t depend on anyone else for that, you don’t need their permission, guidance nor anything else to be yourself. Please do not think that you need to “adjust” your personal brightness level to match the person beside you.  You NEED TO BE YOU.  You MUST be yourself.

If you find someone to love then fine, you are lucky. If you haven’t yet found someone to love then they will soon come, but NEVER, please never expect someone else to bring out the best in you.  That is your own job.  And never blame anyone else for not being the best version of yourself.

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4 thoughts on “You are on your own

  1. Yes, we can’t expect our partner to change who we are or our level of happiness. And they shouldn’t expect that we should or are able to do the same for them. Too often folks commit to a relationship thinking that one or both of them will change in the process, and their expectations of “success” are based on those assumptions. When people end a relationship “because it isn’t working”, the reasons for it not working can come from all over the place. Often it is because they consider that the other person didn’t live up to their initial expectations.

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