Your ex-partners will always be a part of your life, because in one way or another, they have contributed to a person you have become. And if your current partner wants you to forget everything about your previous relationships, he/she's completely wrong.
As much as you want to please your significant other, there are some red lines you should never cross for your own good. You can’t stop wishing your ex happy birthday only because your partner says so. This is very little human, and you know it, Libra.
Your present relationship will only work out if you both accept the past and give space to each other. Your partner has a past, too, so he/she should understand you.
If your present boyfriend/girlfriend says they don’t want to know anything about their exes and speak badly of them, you should be wary and ask yourself if you’re sharing your life with a good person.
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You’ve taken the risk and now it seems that things haven’t turned out the way you expected. However, on the bright side, you’ll be able to recover this investment quite easily.
Your mistakes and failures are undoubtedly trying to tell you what are the paths to avoid in the future when you’re back on track and throw yourself into those projects you have in mind.
Now it’s a good idea to step aside and spend your time and energy doing something different. This way not only you’ll refresh your mind, but also might find a new job position you’ll be happy about!
We can never know for sure what consequences our acts will bring, but life is too short to wake up with regrets. Congratulations, Libra, next time you’ll be closer to success.
If you feel sad or worried, one of the best ways to improve your mood is going for a walk, strange as it may sound.
Walk away from your problems for a while and indulge in the pleasure of moving your legs in the fresh air. Don’t be lazy, get out of the car and walk to places. It’s the only way to get rid of these toxic feelings, Libra.
Walking encourages your brain to release endorphins — a neurochemical that boosts your mental health and makes you feel happier by reducing the production of the stress hormone, cortisol.