The ones whose advice to me on my own break-up was along the lines of "all men are bastards". I wish you all the best in this most important journey. But my relationship has been on the rocks. You ask if there is a way for you to become more emotionally mature and be able to relate to others. I really want to turn it around.
My favorite part is ascending to the apex, stalling for a moment or two, then taking a free fall only to begin the next ascension. I am not saying my boyfriend did not make mistakes too, but the way I handled it was far more destructive and painful than what he did to me… I handle the breakup differently now and feel much better. November 1, at 9: It is sad to see this and I have to stop myself from telling her to be more like them because I hate to see her lonely. She has all the characteristics listed above and is extraordinarily compassionate etc. Reply to AnonymousQuote Anonymous regarding: Submitted by Tim Elmore on November 28, - 3:
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I have got you book-marked to check out new things you post…. There is a lot of buzz since long in both the eastern and western societies regarding the freedom we should enjoy. Which is patently untrue of course! We grow in maturity when in turbulent, choppy waters. Reply to AnonymousQuote Anonymous regarding:
Actually, that act in and of itself, shows a lot of maturity. Life is a balancing act. At times I feel emasculate and font feel like a man which makes the insecurity worse. Such is the inevitable result of becoming obsessed with blaming someone or something else for our misery—rather than refusing to permit external hindrances or setbacks from blocking us from pursuing our goals. This article was so well written and exactly what I needed to hear right now. And may I add that sometimes we must distance ourselves from wrongdoers, even when they're in our family, if doing so means we keep ourselves from being revictimized, which is all too often the case.