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Be Patient Enough In Your Relationship


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PatienceIn this life, there is no such thing as a perfect relationship. Honestly, relationship without arguments is only found in movies. You may commit mistakes that you may have no knowledge of and these will cause misunderstanding between you and your partner. This is common in a relationship however you have to increase your awareness in your relationship if you want to get your ex back and strengthen your relationship.

In a relationship, time won’t matter. In fact, there are new couples who have stronger relationship compared to couples that have been together for quite some time. There is still a possibility that break up will occur in old couples. Break up is hard and it sometimes causes strong emotional pain. This is why people who truly love their partners always try to keep the relationship stronger. However, break up is inevitable.

Fortunately, in some cases, relationships are saved. This means you still have chances of saving your relationship and getting the love of your life. If you think positively, you can still convince your ex to love you again. Like in a battlefield, you can win without too much casualties if you plan ahead. Plan on how you get your back and be patient enough.

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Causes and Concerns for being Indecisive


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IndecisivenessTo be or not to be? – A question made Hamlet a tragic hero. However in real life it is not so. But that is fiction. Facts are never this kind. To be undecided is not going to make you a martyr. Why then do we have a narcissistic tendency to procrastinate? Why do we have cats on the fence, when they could be better off it?
 
“One of the key reasons for being indecisive”, explains Latha Nithyanand, clinical psychologist, “is fear of responsibility.”

When you decide then you have to face the consequences. It is this fear that makes most men avoid taking decisions. Ironically, men can be great achievers in the professional front, but become withdrawn in the personal side. This could also be attributed to the mental make-up of men, says Latha. Unlike women who prefer to thrash the issue and talk about it , men prefer to internalize things and this `retreat into the cave attitude’ makes them stall rather than go for it.

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Deferred Enjoyment: Lessons Worth Learning


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Being PatienceThe Three Little Pigs is an enjoyable story that a lot of us have heard or read in our childhood. Broadly, this tells the story of three brothers who have to set off from home into the big, bad, world symbolized by a wolf who can gobble them up. The first one, too lazy to search further, finds some hay and builds a house with it. The second one goes a little further and builds a house with sticks. Only the third one has the perseverance and tenacity to search for all the right materials with which to build a house, works hard to put them all together, and finally has a safe dwelling of stone and mortar, complete with a chimney.

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THE SMILE OF A STRANGER


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The Smile of a StrangerThe two girls sat close together on the wooden plank in companionable silence. This had now become part of their daily routine. The weariness of the day always seemed to melt away in each other’s company.. But today was different. Sneha could somehow sense it. Pritha looked unnaturally excited. “So what happened?” she asked.

“I met this guy outside my office, Sneha. He just smiled at me and although I didn’t know him, I smiled back.” Alarmed, Sneha asked, “ How could you smile at a stranger?” For the first time in their relationship, Pritha felt the sting of judgment in Sneha’s tone and she didn’t know how to deal with it. So she kept silent. Sneha touched  her hand gently, saying, “Don’t get upset. You know I’m very concerned about you.”

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