Relationship Advice Learned Through Heartbreak
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Relationship Advice Learned Through Heartbreak

Because listening to friends and family is overrated.

Relationship Advice Learned Through Heartbreak

Some things we just have to learn from experience. Well-intended advice from friends and family usually isn’t heeded because, “He’s different, I promise.” As much as we hope for the best, there are just some things we have to learn the hard way.

If you can’t trust each other then you probably shouldn’t be in a relationship. If they don’t keep their word, and you can’t build a solid foundation for trust, there really is nothing to build a relationship on.

Just because you are somewhat compatible doesn’t mean that you should be together. Do we have fun? Yes… Do we have chemistry? Yes… Are we good for each other? Hell naw.

If you are in a relationship waiting on them to change, you are in it for the wrong reasons. Are you in love with them, or the idea of them?

If someone treats you like your time is dispensable, don’t give them any more of it to waste. We have one life. If someone treats you like a second option, give them the deuces.

You can’t fix people, and you shouldn't try. Don’t listen to Chris Martin, or Coldplay. Just don’t listen to any music at all.

Don’t stand for someone that tries to change who you are.

A rebound is usually not the answer. It’s not fair to you, or the new person, to bring baggage into a new relationship.

And NEVER forget your worth. The way that people treat you is not a reflection of your character, it is a reflection of theirs.

So last question, where is their stuff??

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