If you’re in a relationship, intimate or platonic, that could use a little help, the tips below will come in handy…
Let go of old wounds through forgiveness
Every moment of your life you are either growing or dying – and when you are physically healthy, it’s a choice, not fate. The art of maintaining happiness in your life and relationships relies on the fine balancing act of holding on and letting go. Yes, sometimes people you trust (including yourself) will hurt you.
Being hurt is something you can’t avoid, but being continuously miserable is always a choice; forgiveness is the remedy. You have to let go of what’s behind you before you can grasp the goodness in front of you.
Come clean when you make a mistake
An honest heart is the beginning of everything that is right with this world. The most honourable people of all are not those who never make mistakes, but those who admit them when they do, and then go on and do their best to right the wrongs they’ve made.
In the end, being honest might not always win you a lot of friends and lovers, but it will always keep the right ones in your life.
Stop gossiping and start communicating
A good rule of thumb: If you can’t say it to their face, you shouldn’t say it behind their back. As Eleanor Roosevelt once said, “Great minds discuss ideas, average minds discuss events, and small minds discuss people.”
Life is much too short to waste talking about people, gossiping, and stirring up trouble that has no substance.
If you don’t know, ask. If you don’t agree, say so. If you don’t like it, speak up. But never judge people behind their back.
Give others the space to make their own decisions
Stop judging others by your own past. Never act, judge, or treat people like you know them better than they know themselves. They are living a different life than you are.
What might be good for one person may not be good for another. What might be bad for one person might change another person’s life for the better.
Allow the people in your life to make their own mistakes and their own decisions.
Do things that make you happy
If you want to awaken happiness in a relationship, start by living a life that makes you happy and then radiate your happiness into your relationship.
If you want to eliminate suffering in a relationship, start by eliminating the dark and negative parts of yourself, and then radiate your positivity into your relationship.
Source: The Mirror
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