A lot of what I talk about on my blog is about self love. A huge part of self love is being open to love. I recently finished the Ebook Lost in Us by Layla Hagen. This book was free on iBooks and I really liked it. One of the main points in the book was to discuss how you have to release your past and be open to loving. Though people may love themselves, you have to be open to receiving love (and feeling that you deserve to be loved). One of the reasons I want to teach is to teach children that they deserve to be loved. Honestly everyone deserves to be loved. Sometimes people just forget that they too deserve love. You deserve an unconditional love, that you must be able to give yourself (first and foremost) and give to others. Recently, my sister and I realized that we love more unconditionally in comparison to others (how they love us back). Sometimes this happens because people don’t know how to love, or they just aren’t open to receiving unconditional love. This doesn’t mean that you’re supposed to stop loving other unconditionally. This just means that you need to chose wisely on who you are loving. Not everyone deserves your unconditional love. Your love is precious. You’re precious. So you deserve to be loved and love others. Just remember that you have to open your heart and enjoy life!
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how to know your relationship is over
No one gets in relationships to break up. When you enter a relationship your goal should be to be with that person. I’m not saying that you should be thinking marriage right off the bat but after a while (which is relative to the situation), it’s normal to start thinking about whether you would want to be with that person for life. Life is constantly changing and sometimes (sadly) relationships have to end. But there a signs to know when your relationship is coming to an end. Below are three major signs that your relationship is coming to an end.
- Lack of communication
Communicating in a relationship is like eating healthy foods- it’s not “mandatory” but it is key to a healthy lifestyle/relationship. Without proper communication there will be unresolved issues, which can turn into unresolved recurring issues (which I’ll talk about). Bad communication allows arguments to happen. If you can communicate properly and work out your issues, then your relationship will be healthier. You always have to remember that effort works both ways. If the person doesn’t seem to want to work on communicating, that is a red flag that this relationship might not be right for you. You deserve someone who wants to make things work- so if they’re not it’s time for you to reevaluate the relationship.
Distance is good for relationships. It allows you to be your own individual people and keeps you from “losing” yourself by giving too much in a relationship. But at a certain point distance is toxic. I’m referring to the fact that relationships thrive on interaction. While being apart is good, little to no interaction may leave you feeling like you’re single while you’re really in a relationship. If you get to the point where you’re feeling like you never see them or they’re not making time for you consistently, it may be a sign that they don’t want the relationship anymore.
- Unresolved reoccurring issues
All relationships have issues. But if it seems that there is truly a central issue, you have to really think about the five w’s and h:
who- who is affected?
why- why does this keep happening?
what- what can we do to solve this?
where- where does this problem start?
when- when is enough enough?
how- how does this problem keep happening?
These are good questions to use to really evaluate what is going on in your relationship. Some reoccurring issues can be solved but if it seems as if you’re always arguing over the same thing, it may be because you both want different things.
Relationships end for a variety of different reasons and you have to understand that this is all happening for a reason. And that everything is in divine order. Eventually you’ll understand why the relationship ended and be content. Time heals all.