Our Social Life, Our Relationships Really Depend On One’s Self
Are you the one that needs that “attitude adjustment”, the one that’s had a personality bypass?
It doesn’t have to be like that, you can change…
To listen is to learn try and be a good listener, you may learn something and you may make someone feel good by listening to them.
Give Up Attachments
This is a concept that, for most of us, is so hard to grasp and I have to tell you that it was for me too (it still is) — but it’s not something impossible. You get better and better at it with time and practice. To detach oneself from all things doesn’t mean you give up your love for them. Love and attachment have nothing to do with one another! Attachment comes from a place of fear, while love… well, real love is pure, kind, and self-less. Where there is love there can’t be fear, and because of that, attachment and love cannot coexist. The very moment you detach yourself from all things you become so peaceful, so tolerant, so kind, and so serene — a state beyond words.
Don’t Resist Change
Change is good. Change will help you move from A to B. Change will help you make improvements in your life and also the lives of those around you. “Follow your bliss,” embrace change — don’t resist it.
Look Closely At Your Own And Other People’s Expectations Of You
Way too many people are living a life that is not theirs to live. They live their lives according to what others think is best for them. Or, they live their lives according to their personal expectations. Understand that these expectations can bring you sorrow and suffering when they are not reached. Don’t let what you expect come back and bite you. Instead, “go with the flow.” Understand that it is just the way it is!
You Don’t Always Need To Be Right
There are so many of us who can’t stand the idea of being wrong — wanting to always be right — even at the risk of ending great relationships or causing a great deal of stress and pain, for us and for others. It’s just not worth it. Whenever you feel the “urgent” need to jump into a fight over who is right and who is wrong, ask yourself this question: “Would I rather be right, or would I rather be kind?” (Wayne Dyer). What difference will that make? Is your ego really that big?
What’s Love Got To Do With It!
Look into some of these ideas: See how beautiful you really are. Allow yourself to feel. It can be a detox for your soul. Give more faith to your dreams than your fears. Listen to the wisdom of your body. It knows what you need. Trust that there is a plan greater than your’s. It will make sense one day. Live in the Now. Try to do more of what makes you happy. Always stay close to everything that makes you thrilled to be alive. Retreat inward for inspiration. Meditate daily. Your heart knows the way. Trust it. Don’t be afraid to give up what’s no longer working for you. What we see in life depends greatly on what we are looking for. Believe in the good; it’s there when you seek it. Don’t allow your wounds to turn you into someone you aren’t. You are so much stronger than you give yourself credit for. Open up to love. The world needs you as you are. Life is too short to spend one more moment at war with yourself and the world. You are not alone, you are loved. Thank you for being you.
Humor Can Have A Notably Positive Effect On Your Relationships.
Who doesn’t like to share a good laugh with their partner and friends? Enough said.
But laughing with your significant other isn’t just fun. It’s actually a powerful force that can help strengthen your relationships. Humor can bring shared positive emotions, a feeling of connection, and defuse uncomfortable situations. In addition, one study found that in couples, humor was associated with greater feelings of intimacy and relationship satisfaction amongst women. However, it is important to note that the type of humor associated with this is positive (supportive) humor, not the passive-aggressive humor or jabs that people sometimes use.
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