We have to accept the fact that we are different human beings. We can’t change it or we can’t change each other by anyway possible.
Leaving our beloved ones that we once thought that’s the person we are going to spend our lives together no matter what. Losing a friend due to different personalities or point of views. As we are different, we live our lives different as well too and that’s not the problem yet. The real problem is when we force ourselves to be with the wrong person or when we try to fix them. Let’s get this straight, we can’t change people, events and the life course might be, but humans can’t change it’s other. It’s like fire against fire, both can’t put off each other, but different elements like water and fire can. Some people don’t even change at all, even if people change it might be late and their actions might not.
The idea I am trying to say that yes it might be hard to change but the earlier to figure out how to change to the better person we are it’s the better it can be. Don’t ever let someone label you or say you are something you are not, because unless you feel that thing and know for a fact that it’s true, it’s never true. People’s strongest weapon of hurting people is their tongue and the weakest spot to hit someone to bleeding is their faith in themselves. As soon as kit’s gone, it’s from the hardest thing to get back and start being confident again. You can go places and know it for a fact, just don’t let the person you are to stop you, you are different yes and be proud in anyway you are different, and if you think it’s not how you want yourself to be, easy! Try to be the best 😉
One more thing, don’t ever force a relationship, or a friendship. It won’t only be the hardest way to live it, if you ever got the chance too, it might cause damage more than healing and building up. Know for a fact that people are like different roses in a field, find you match and go with it. 🙂
Have you ever tried to fix a relationship or a friendship with someone and it was more or pain than support ??
Always welcomed to the corner,