Everyone has flaws, everyone has skeletons in the closet, and no one is perfect. You may notice a pattern emerging and can use this information to seek a healthy and happy relationship.
For example, do you notice that you feel you are always the responsible one in the relationship?
Do you think she just wakes up on opening night and wings it, hoping for the best? She practices, hones her craft and makes sure she’s 100% prepared before she sets foot on that stage.
Keep this in mind when you meet your next potential suitor and you swear they are “THE ONE”. Many happy couples share that they met their partner when they least expected it. The Roles – While you are dodging The Rep and taking time for yourself, it can also be helpful to look at past relationships and what role you and your partner took on.By practicing, preparing and working on yourself so you can love and be loved in return.By learning how to view your break up or divorce as an experience – not a mistake – and by evaluating what you want to do differently the next time around.Every minute your phone doesn't light up with his name, or every time you look at his social media, it makes you want to jump on the next guy who even glances your way to fill this void.Instead of succumbing to this behavior, which is purely to fill the void, you should…Take your time.
If you come upon a picture of your ex and it brings up fond memories that put a smile on your face, you may have moved past the hurt of your break up.