Have you ever tried hard to improve a relationship that doesn’t have a bright future? Many people fight for it, even though they know the relationship won’t survive.
The truth is that when a relationship is not meant to be, there is nothing anyone can do to save it. Some people choose to stay and be unhappy because they are afraid of being alone.
And others choose to stay and fight. They think that people can improve their relationship with a fight, but in fact, they can’t.
As time passes, they will realize that they don’t have a future with that person!
Being in a relationship does not mean being happy.
Society, books, and films portray single life as one that is empty, unfulfilling and depressing. They depict being in a relationship as the only way to be happy and the one goal that everyone should have. This influences people, making them think that being single must mean being unhappy and that being in a relationship means being happy. This, of course, is wrong.
Sometimes, it is better to be single.
You need to understand that you need to keep choosing your happiness. If your partner contributes to your sadness, it’s better to be single. You can try to be on your own and try to find your happiness! Dating the wrong person will make your lives harder! It isn’t fair!
Your partner needs to have those things you don’t and vice versa. You need to fulfill yourself. That is how you will be happy.
Your happiness is always first!
While it is true that all relationships face difficult times, there is no use in trying to convince yourself that months (or even years) of unhappiness are just a ‘rough patch’. More importantly, there is no use in pretending to be happy. Just like everybody else, you deserve to feel loved, cherished, and appreciated. If your relationship or your partner has stopped making you feel this way, it is time to let go. Even if it may be difficult, there is nothing more important than your happiness.
Being single allows you to find yourself and understand what you need.
When people are alone, they think about themselves. We realize who we are and what we want during this period. At this point, you will see what makes you happy, and you will create your happiness.
If you need time to find happiness, take your time. That is how you will become independent, self-sufficient!
Your happiness is always in your hands.
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