Your egoistic side makes you to prefer settling your personal matters before things with your partner. You choose yourself before “us” and this doesn’t help your relationship at all.
Or on the other hand, you may find that this is why you’re single. For you, the time that you spend with someone is just time that you have to spend pretending to be someone that you aren’t.
Your feelings are out of focus. Being in a romantic relationship doesn’t mean pretending, but exactly the opposite: you should be yourself. If you continue along this path, your partner will get sick of it.
When you have a clear goal, you go for it and you don’t stop until you reach it. Your plans are going perfectly, you’ve reached some of the goals that you’ve proposed, and your current situation doesn’t have anything to do with where you were a few months ago.
Starting out a new year has done you wonders and it seems like it has marked a before and after in your life. Your ability to get what you want can make the people around you feel missed.
Don’t give them reasons to stop trusting you or to think things that have nothing to do with the truth. Show them how they can also achieve this too.
If you could scream as loud as you wanted to, you’d do it. It doesn’t matter whether you’re in a bad mood or stressed out. You simply need a way to let off steam and free yourself from the tension that’s accumulated in your routine; like pushing the reset button.
People’s thoughts change according to the circumstances that they find themselves in; our criteria changes throughout our lives. If you surround yourself with the right people, you’ll share their energy, and this will attract better situations to your life.