Letting go of toxic people can be hard sometimes. Narcissistic people can seem really sweet and act like they love you, yet at the same time be totally down right bad.
In order for us to truly love someone, we must first love ourselves. You can tell when someone’s confidence level isn’t that great by not only body language, how they treat others.
If someone is constantly downing you, their confidence, isn’t there. If a girl you’re dating doesn’t want you around other girls, it’s because she’s not confident enough. Same with guys.
Love can be blinding. It can be great at the sametime being bad for your health.
First, I want you too look at yourself. Are you feeling sad all the time? Do you feel like you can’t be the person you were before you met them? Do you have a constant worry they are going to be mad at you? It’s not healthy.
Now, look at the relationship. Does this girl/boy determine your every move, even words/how you see others? Open your eyes to see this.
You deserve the best just like the next person. They have got you beliving you don’t because they probably know you can do better than the place they are in now.
Everybody deserves somebody. However, some people rush into something for fear of being alone, even if they have things to work on in their own life. While it’s not fair for you, it isn’t for them either.
Relationship isn’t 50/50, it’s 100/100. We should always ask ourselves, “What can I bring to the table to help make them a better person?”
There are two I’s in relationship; You (I) and Them (I).
Relationship = Team.
Seperate yourself from negative influences. Get with someone who will want you to succeed as a person. Do not conform to your girl/guy in the relationship. We all have different qualities that could work together.
Maybe you need to find yourself. It’s okay to not have someone RIGHT now. Being able to be by yourself and be okay with it, matters a whole lot more; it will also help you answer the question, “Do I love them or am I lonely?”
Being lonely with someone isn’t fun.