By Faridah Nakazibwe
Never allow such people to take your happiness away. No matter how good your intentions are, never force kindness on people against their wish. Most people think loving them is a weakness. Always have a boundary. Sometimes accepting everything doesn’t mean you’re peaceful, it means you’re vulnerable and desperate for love. If you take everything, people will give you anything.
Love is peace, and love is sweet but “IF LOVING SOMEONE IS GIVING YOU MORE SADNESS THAN JOY, LEAVE THEM ALONE AND LOVE THEM FROM FAR AWAY”. Never loose yourself while searching for the right person. The best you can do is to make yourself a right person. Try your best to save your relationship but if giving your best is not good enough, you’re probably giving it to the wrong person. Cheating is not about kiss, meet or have sex with someone else once you find yourself deleting messages hiding them so your partner will not see them, then your already cheating.
There is nothing bad in loving people from distance, that doesn’t mean you stop loving them, it simply mean you respect yourself and cherish your peace of mind. Always remember that everybody in life needs help. Sometimes staying out of some people’s life is the best way to help them. There’s absolutely nothing wrong in loving a wrong person too fast but the problem is loving a wrong person too long.
Love is not a favor, don’t beg for it. It’s not a war, don’t force it. You can never be in a relationship alone. There is no such thing as fighting for love unless you’re both on the same page fighting for the same cause. If your dream partner cannot see you in his/her own dreams means it’s time for you to wake up and stop dreaming alone. Never mistake a SITUATION-SHIP for RELATIONSHIP if you want peace of mind.
Be honest with yourself. Never make a life changing decision based on your emotions alone. Love that person because you might lose gold because of small diamonds.
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