Everyone we cross in our life gives us a lesson to learn. Everyone teaches us something in life. Some lessons are good while some are bad. What is worst is that, sometime people do not say sorry even if it is their fault, and at many time we say sorry just to save a relationship. Every relationship in this world is unique, and so does the love we have on them. People understand our love at times and sometimes, we may lose such people in life because of our ego, and anger. When such situation comes, we have to realize that our relationship is much important than the anger, and to make such situation better it is necessary to say sorry because saying sorry can mean much to anyone and the relationship will get better with time.
Sometimes it is okay to make mistakes because every single person make one, but what matter is that how you react after the mistake was made. One solution to solve your mistakes, and make others happy is to ask for forgiveness and that helps your relationship to be close as well.
On my company's website, yes, the company that I run with Kolt and Xander, I write about persuasion and other communication techniques that I believe can improve people's lives. This company is aptly named Ellis Curry & Dracco LLC, or E.C.D. Consulting as we endearingly refer to it in the office, and its goal is to help people develop personally - to grow to achieve their full human potential. A bold claim, you may think, and whilst I agree that this development deal is a massive undertaking, my team is ready to give it our best.
On the topic of success and failure, many would often be stuck in between. We are all on a journey of seeking the true value of ourselves, and during this conquest we often find ourselves stagnated by the idea of possible failures. Is failure really that bad? Of is it something that can help us grow out of our comfort zones?
When it comes to matters of the heart, going all in hurts. Because, if things don’t work out, you stand to lose everything.
Are you falling head over heels for a special man ? Is your heart filled with love and affection for him, but you’re not sure exactly how to say it?
Before demoting myself, I was a shift leader at a local branch of a widely known coffee company. During my training, my boss and I had multiple conversations about my new responsibilities which included my communication with coworkers and customers alike.
When we feel overloaded we often don't notice the things the others are giving, especially within romantic relationships more so than are platonic ones. One of the things is - stop doing what is not absolutely necessary, give yourself what you need and stop worrying about others not giving what you think they should. I have often noticed that when people are overburdened and part of it is mindset, not the reality, people tend not to see the many kindnesses people that have to offer. Romantic relationships, it may be that longing for a deep romantic kiss (not just a peck because anyone can do that and you don't need a romantic relationship for that!), longing hugs, cuddling on the couch or bed, spooning each other to sleep, holding hands in public, an act of kindness, an act of service, a loving note, a simple token of giving, the giving of precious time, or just an active listening ear.
By the time I was twenty-five I had four children. They came from three different fathers. Two of whom, I had married. And one had never seen his child. How did this happen in my life? What storm brought this in from afar? For the past two days, after another forty years of just living the life, I have been digging into introspection, trying to put my thoughts down and to figure this out for myself.
In this world we’re offered so many choices, so many avenues to go down. Unfortunately, many of us get so wrapped up in the moment that we forget to ask ourselves if we should travel down that path, myself included. We see the shiny lights, the Hollywood ending, and fail to realize it’s a movie, a story, a social fed outlet to enrapture us into submission. Don’t ask questions, don’t rock the boat, and we get to a point so far from our destination with only pieces of ourselves left because we’ve either traded it away for things we thought would make us happy, or gave it away like candy on Halloween to earn favor, counting on random people to be our barometers of happiness instead of standing our ground, and knowing our worth.
I'm going to start with a quote. My old manager once said this, and it stuck with me, because it is so true -
When Someone You Love is Toxic – How to Let Go, Without Guilt