Romance » You are responsible for your own happiness by: Tony4mega(m) .:. Fri, 25 Oct, 2019 - 03:55:26:pm GMT

It is definitely notot my partner's job to make me happy. It's my job to make me happy. Of course it's easy to feel good when my partner is acting in a way that I want -but needing them to be a certain way in order for me to feel good -that's bondage. Thinking that they're always going to be in a good mood and directing their affectionate attention towards me - while that may be possible during the initial stage of a relationship, is impossible to sustain long-term. I'm responsible for my happiness. My partner is responsible for her happiness. We deliberately focus on things to feel good in our lives and for things to appreciate in one another.

If you're looking for someone to complete you -or vice versa-you're looking in the wrong direction for the lasting happiness, wholeness, and fulfillment that you truly seek. Wouldn't it be better if you could find a way to feel how you want to feel regardless of what you're partner is saying or doing?

This advice transformed every relationship in my life - not just the romantic ones. Before I knew these things, I was unintentionally holding my partner responsible for my happiness. When I learned that I'm responsible for my own happiness and when I learned how to consistently align with it, my entire world transformed. I now have the freedom to choose if and when I spend time with someone else, and I deliberately choose to spend time with others who get this, too. My relationships are more meaningful, more loving, more free, and most importantly - more fun! And my overall happiness continues to grow, too, regardless of whether I'm in a relationship or not.



**Let love lead**


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Re: You are responsible for your own happiness by: Obinnaoguji(m) .:. Mon, 04 Nov, 2019 - 10:22:48:am GMT

Over the years, this is one thing most people fail to understand. You owe yourself the duty to be happy. Nobody is responsible for that. This is the fact. You are as happy as you make yourself to.


What are you bringing to the table? Your happiness when collide with that of your partner's, produces the best result.

Learn to own your journey. Here are some tips I will recommend
1. Embrace personal development. It helps to own your growth. Develop the habit of developing all aspect of your life it helps to boost your self esteem.

2. Have some goals. If you don't have any, set some goals. Career, family, economical, mental and business goals help you with something that pulls you towards the future. Actualising your goals make you happy when you celebrate your little wins that matter.

3. Enjoy your company. Whenever you're alone and you're not enjoying the company, something is wrong. Learn to find and soak yourself in the things that interest you. Do you like video game? Buy a set of it. Are you a football fan? Go out and enjoy the game.

4. Deal with toxic people. This doesn't need much emphasis. When people are playing with your self esteem and thus bringing you down, why are you still with them? Atop pleasing people at the detriment of your happiness.

5. Kill your inferiority complex. Most times people are genuinely good to you but prone to mistakes. The way you view their mistake matters. Don't allow your inferiority complex complicate your relationships.

**obysuccess**


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