Some of us have the biggest issue to admit that we can be wrong or did wrong. Nothing is wrong with apologizing to help the healing process of broken relationships. Nothing is wrong with being the “bigger” person and to decide that you would apologize to calm down the hostility.
Think about it… life is full circle and we aren’t meant to walk this earth forever. Could you imagine if something happened to a loved one or friend and you were speaking because of a PETTY situation? Or because Both parties were too prideful to come to speaking terms. Sigh….
I pray that many can achieve this act one day before it may be too late.
thanks for reading!
Nicole Cherise ♥️
You been in a relationship with someone who you thought was your world, you believed you would grow old together but then “something” went wrong. What do you do? Time to throw in the towel?
To some, breaking up can be a “no-brainer”. It’s quite simple, if you aren’t happy then leave or if they broke your trust then all bets are off. However, for others it is Not that simple. People think about the length of time invested in the relationship, status ( example married), children etc.. So their answer to split isn’t just cut and paste.
If you are confused on rather you should stay or go, consider these tips:
- Do a list of the pros and cons in staying in the relationship.
- Communicate and be honest.
- Let your pride go so that you can make rational decision.
My word is not the Way but it could possibly be a good way to figure out the decision you need to make.
Encourage yourself my dear friends.
People will try their hardest to belittle you and make you feel worthless but you have to repeat to yourself : I Am Better and I will be Great.
Self affirmations truly go a long way. If you repeat encouraging words to yourself multiple times a day, eventually great things will come your way.
So take back yourself and don’t let others tell you any different. Be Victorious friends, failure isn’t an option.
Self love is the best love