In an ideal world, a relationship has a lot of give and take. But relationships are rarely ideal — and being used in a friendship or relationship is way more common than we’d like it to be. It normally starts out simply enough, with someone who seems really sensitive and interesting and reflective and ‘notContinue reading “5 Signs You Are Being Used”
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The Grass Is Greener Where You Water It!
We’ve all heard the “grass is greener on the other side of the fence” cliche. It’s a great saying that keeps us aware that we tend to compare ourselves and think that other people have it better. It’s perception. Because the people on the other side of the fence are thinking your grass is greener!Continue reading “The Grass Is Greener Where You Water It!”
The 4 Cs
This is the first of 30 principles in Dale Carnegie’s classic How to Win Friends and Influence People. All of the other principles are positive: be a good listener; give honest appreciation; make the other person feel important; try honestly to see things from the other person’s point of view — the list goes on.Continue reading “The 4 Cs”
Friendship Requires EFFORT
As we grow older, some friendships may slowly start to diminish. It could be because you’ve started to grow apart, maybe you’ve become too different from each other. Sometimes we become extremely busy, and we don’t have as much time as we used to, to hang out with said friends. Maybe you’ve made new friends,Continue reading “Friendship Requires EFFORT”
I am indeed blest to have friends who I can trust. The truth is nobody wants to deal with friends they can’t trust to give their sincere opinion. You always want to know your friends’ opinion instead of them just accepting whatever you say to them because you are friends. If there is no sincerityContinue reading “Sincere Friends”
There is always something to learn from every experience. Every person we encounter helps us to learn something about ourselves, helps us grow. However it all depends on what we choose to focus on. If we remain bitter, there is no scope for becoming better. If we choose to blame, we cannot blossom into a holistic, well-rounded individual.