Like any injurious condition, don’t wear out your potential, all egos aside, post dating blues are common, whether you were the culprit for the demise of a relationship or whether it was the other persons fault for leaving you in waiting for too long, you are what feelings you allow to be had. Know when to let go, some battles are not worth fighting on the inside. The fewer demons you have to fight the better, there will always be a double standard when it comes to dating, less is more in the that department, both with the sharing of your past, and the number of people to whom you confide in and share intimacies with, if you don’t want to make your future partner jealous, learn when to let go, and allow monogamy to take place, that is focus on one persons needs, not everyones needs, and be a careful reader of their boundaries too in life, not just weary or paranoid about your own. The less you have to hide, the less jaded you will feel, and the more presentable you will shine in the face of your competition, it is after all those with the most light and positivity that get picked although not always, you don’t need experience to be a good lover, or to be loved, that’s a fallacy in thought, that experience with love will make you a better partner in life, sometimes its better to be new to something, than to have too much experience and be easily bored at the same token, by your matches in life. Kepp busy, the more accomplished you are the better you will feel, its unnecessary to share vices with the ones you love or partake in activities that put either of you at risk of harm … the tendency is to drink, do drugs, and hook up, that culture creates wasted time, and efforts on one anothers behalf, and usually relationships then don’t work out due to substance abuses along the way, poor decision making, and lack of attentions to one another in place of selfish ends to meet ones own basic needs for managing their own health and wellness. The benefits of being in a relationship are to help lift the spirits of those around you, not just your own.
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