The absence of love brings about the feeling of insecurity.
They don’t feel loved
They feel insecure
They fear you will leave
They don’t want you to leave
They want you to stay
This causes jealousy
They get controlling
You feel smothered
You get angry
They get angry
The relationship breaks down.
Or, you can make them feel so loved they never have to question if you love them
The result of which:
They love you
They feel loved
They don’t fear you will leave
They know you will stay
They feel secure
They’re not jealous
They’re not controlling
You don’t feel smothered
The anger dissolves
You don’t fight.
The relationship survives
You need to make them feel so loved they never have to question if you love them.
In the end we all just want someone to put us first, above everyone else, no matter the circumstances, so we feel loved and don't have to question your love.
“When we are not harboring negative attachments to anything that happened twenty or thirty years ago, thus creating tensions in our body and confusion in our mind, the subconscious becomes a powerhouse”. ~ Gurudeva Subramuniyaswami
Someone who would truly love you will come along your way, and hug you tight until your broken heart prices are all out together... So if there’s someone who suffer from pain like I do, please don’t worry ☺️✨✨
I’m sure you fell betrayed, insulted and above all, undervalued.
Especially when you were married to that person, raised his or her child alone after the unwanted separation.
But I’m managing to get back up from such a traumatic damage !!
I can, so you can too !!
We should not worry..
Everything will be all right.
And the universe will align everything for us .. We are happy enough with what we already have like family, friends, pets, a job, clothes and food!!
The person who will adore you no matter what will appear on the right time.. So have faith.
Please don’t worry,,
Please don’t be sad... #quotes#quotes#life#philosophy#lessons#singlemom#singleparent#strong
The Moment, a division of The Creative Engagement Group, has created a new film for the BBC Ideas online content platform, in conjunction with the philosopher Angie Hobbs and the Open University.
The Moment worked closely with Angie Hobbs, Professor of the Public Understanding of Philosophy at the University of Sheffield, on the creative film. Hobbs wrote the script and performed the voiceover for the five-minute film, which examines the modern climate of contradictory information from the perspective of one of the great minds of the 20th century – Michel Foucault.
We took some liberties to update this oldie-but-goodie from our buddy #Aristotle . We think it's a little more relevant this way, don't you?
#Plato is cool but he lost its with that whole "Platonic Forms" nonsense. But #beer , it makes perfect sense... Just not as much sense as the #truth .
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-This is alchemy at its finest. Always hated clarinet but im glad I can play it now.
-Thank you everyone :)
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