My friend once told me that she is teaching her parents how to be her parents and how to interact with her in a specific way.
Since then I am often thinking what if this is true?
Is teaching is the only truth that actually works when we become parents or since we are born?
But if you ask me it is not only the parent-kid relationship. We teach our friends, acquaintances, and people around how to interact and communicate with us, how to be our real, true friends.
Teaching and learning are never-ending processes and we learn more in…
Losing the ones we love is the hardest thing ever!
Death is the unknown, and that’s why it is so frightening. We all hope that our loved ones are in better place and rest in peace, while we try to brace ourselves.
But let me say:
♦ We have to be proud that we knew them
♦ We have to remember their names and what they taught us
♦ We must smile for every moment we had a chance to be with them
The only thing that helps everyone in such times is to remember and never stop loving them!
To care for every moment and memories the person lived!
The best thing to do for deceased and for ourselves is to smile and be thankful for everything we have, everything we had and everything that happened.
The hardest part in any relationships is getting to know a person. It is the
first step to deciding if the individual is interesting, honest, friendly or cute.
In the romantic relationships, the hardest part is choosing to trust your partner. To get to that point, we try our best.
In my opinion, when humans trust each other and communicate with each other, it can solve any difference, problem, misunderstanding or conflict!
It’s easier to live when you trust people around you; when
there are no thoughts behind your back.
How important is to say what you mean and mean…
Do you know the feeling when only one word is enough to kill your desire to do something?
Yeah, I am sure everyone experienced this once in a lifetime. And do you know what the saddest part is in all this? People who have this influence on us are the closest ones like parents, boyfriends, girlfriends, best friends, siblings, etc.
Instead of supporting our new initiatives, they disapprove or criticize everything with their opinions and lifestyle.
I know it’s hard to see from a different angle. I just learned how to do it myself. …
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