According to Greek mythology, human beings originally had two heads, four arms, and four legs. Fearing their might, Zeus split them in two, condemning them to a life in search for their other half, the only person that could make them feel complete again: The One.
Oh, The One! The personification of all our desires and fantasies, the missing ingredient to our incomplete existence, the relief to our suffering, and the answer to all our prayers. A person who’s meant to give purpose to our lives, and do away with the inherent loneliness in our hearts.
If all that sounds familiar, then I have bad news for you. That way of thinking is precisely what’s preventing you from finding a suitable partner for life. The over-idealization of a relationship leads to unrealistic expectations about a prospective significant other. These expectations, in turn, end up ruining your chances of finding everlasting love. …
Something’s not right. It’s nearly the end of the month, and you just realized a good chunk of your money has slipped away under your very nose. To make matters worse, you are completely clueless as to how it happened.
You’d made a budget, and you’d contemplated everything there: housing, utilities, transportation, groceries, insurance, loan payments, etc. You were pretty sure everything was covered, but apparently, you were wrong.
Your mistake? You forgot to take ant-expenses into account. These are the small and unnecessary expenditures we do habitually and often compulsively. …