When construction workers building a new habitat at the Seattle Aquarium break for a group portrait, a resident tries to sneak into the picture.
PHOTO BY ALAN BERNER/ASSOCIATED PRESS (via SFGate)
Life is short. Stop wasting your time hoping things will work out with someone when you know it won’t. All the energy you expend on “lost causes” takes a toll on your heart, mind and soul. Take a step back and recognize the truth. New day, new people, new adventures await.
Your gut feeling tells you this isn’t the person for you. Hard to realize and accept, but probably the most important. Your gut always knows.
A healthy relationship means that both members of the couple are…
1. Communicating with each other: Talking about problems without screaming and shouting; listening to each other, and respecting their viewpoint; being willing to adapt and to sometimes change their mind.
Start looking for the person who wants and believes in the same things that you do.
Liking different foods or tv programs is not a deal breaker but your “core” beliefs and morals should be similar.