Quote On Neglect
People do what people actually want to do. This simple statement holds itself to be true in 99% of peoples lives. If a person really wants to do a certain thing, and they have their heart set on it, then more than likely they will accomplish it. This especially holds true in a lot of relationships you may encounter, if you haven't already encountered it. When someone doesn't show up when they say they will, always cancels plans, or just doesn't come around even though they have ample opportunity to, chances are they really don't want to be a part of your life.

Realizing and accepting this may be a very hard pill to swallow, but is essential for ones happiness. To combat this it is essential that you cut the people out of your life who make no time for you when they have the opportunities to. Doing so will free your mind eventually, and will also free your calendar. Now you have time to spend with someone who wants to spend that time with you as much as you want with them. Starting new relationships may seem difficult at first, but change is an essential function of life. We must embrace change and let the things go in our lives that are broken, and that have no possible way of being fixed. You ultimately can't make someone make time for you, so it is imperative that you find someone who has no qualms with and that is enthusiastic about you, and vice versa.
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When To Let Go
The hardest thing to do is letting go, not because you want to but because you have to.
Sometimes in life we have to end relationships that we would rather not end. When we truly have loved someone with everything inside of us, letting go of that person does not even seem reasonable. Letting go may consist of getting over a bad childhood that brought us tremendous pain, being a victim of rape or another kind of abuse, or losing a close loved one. Sometimes we just have to let go of that person or situation because that pain is taking us farther away from our life's pursuit of happiness, whether you realize when you need to or not.
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Beautiful Quote About Finding Love
Find someone who isn't afraid to admit that they miss you. Someone who knows that you're not perfect, but treats you as if you are. Someone whose biggest fear is losing you. One who gives their heart completely. Someone who says I love you and means it. Last but not the least, find someone you wouldn't mind waking up with you in the morning, seeing your wrinkles and your gray hair but still falls in love with you all over again.
Even in a world full of billions of people finding the person who loves you for who you are at heart, and someone who is willing to accept all of your flaws, past mistakes, and other things that you may not be inclined to tell others, is a difficult person to find in the world today. So much of us are caught up in the superficial, that we decline to see true beauty, or get to know it unless it has a pretty face or big enough pockets. Finding true love is finding someone that will love you at your best and at your worst, through the good times and the bad, and that never turns their back on you.
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Find Someone Worth Your Tears and Your Heart
Find someone worth your tears, worth your laughter, worth your heart and that loves you as much as you love them.
During these times finding the right life partner is a very difficult thing to do. When we seek love sometimes we rush to judgment and end up choosing someone as a life partner that we otherwise might not have, with a little bit more careful consideration. When you are ready to start looking for the right person to be with, taking it serious is key, there are a few things you should do to prepare yourself for this process.
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What A Successful Relationship Requires
A successful relationship requires falling in love many times, always with the same person but deeper and deeper every time.
Falling in love is the easiest part of any relationship, maintaining that relationship is the most difficult part. It is the job of both people participating in the relationship to keep the relationship as interesting as possible. During a relationship things will fizzle down, as with anything we do in life, nothing lasts forever unless you make it last. The feelings of love we first share when we first fall in love are actually a result of natural chemicals in our body being released, and overtime our bodies release less and less of these chemicals.
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15 Ways To Keep a Relationship Working
1. Love each other
2. Don't lie
3. Keep communication open
4. Stay sweet
5. When you get hurt just forgive and forget
6. Never talk about break-ups
7. Never say it's okay even when it's not
8. Forget about "pride"
9. If you say sorry mean it
10. Don't compare your past with your present
11. Don't talk about your stupid ex's
12. Give and take process
13. Beware of his/her feelings
14. When you had a fight, don't let the day pass
15. Don't be the perfect one, be the right one
Following these steps are vital to keep a relationship afloat. Many people don't realize that a relationship requires a lot of work and that the work just doesn't end when the relationship starts. Of course some of these points are just plain common sense, of course we are not to lie, cheat, or be dishonest with our relationship partner but there are things on this list that we don't always remember to do.
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Advice For a Relationship
When you really matter to someone, that person will always make time for you. No excuses, no lies, and no broken promises.
In life sometimes we run into relationships which may be unequally yolked. Unequally yolked is a term meaning that sometimes a person may bring way more to a relationship or friendship than the person on the other end. This may happen in a variety of ways, for example, one person may never make time in a relationship for the other person in the relationship until the time is convenient enough for them. Symptoms of an unequally yolked relationship include but are not limited to lies, broken promises, and excuses of why a person can't make time for the other person participating in the relationship.
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Why Most Relationships Fail
Most relationships tend to fail. Not because of absence of love. Love is always present. It's just that one was being loved too much and the other wasn't being love enough.
A relationship is a contract usually between two people connecting them emotionally and physically. Most relationships are started with the intentions of a couple spending the rest of their lives together but not all relationships work out. There are a variety of causes to the ending of a relationship including but not limited to: a cheating partner, a controlling partner, an abusive partner, a lack of communication from both partners, and partners becoming "burnt out" or tired of one another.
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Losing Someone Special
You never know what you have until you lose it.
You always know what you have, you just never think you'd lose it.
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Pick a Real Relationship Status
If you could pick a real relationship status, what would it be?
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Apologizing Doesn't Mean That You're Wrong
Apologizing doesn't always mean that you're wrong and the other person is right. It just means that you value your relationship more than your ego.
We must remember an apology isn't an apology unless it's meaningful! If your apology isn't sincere and you're just apologizing to avoid an argument then that can just lead to more damage. Also you can't just apologize for everything, you have to know what you're apologizing for.
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