Do things usually work out?

Updated on : January 17, 2022 by Taylor Poole



Do things usually work out?

Yes, most of the time things work out well. At least for me they did. You can always connect the dots looking back.

When I look back at my life, I find that everything that I thought was wrong at the time, made me stronger in one way or another. This is the same thing that I suggest to anyone. Things will not get better on their own, you will have to work (sometimes very hard) to achieve it. If things are not so good at the moment, learn from them, try to find the root of the problem. Keep learning and keep improving and believe that everything happens for a good reason.

Objectively, no. Things don't turn out to be the best. So many people change their way of thinking to distort reality and make it SEEM. There is an excellent TED conference on this. The phenomenon is called positive bias. Most people have that bias, and those who have neither dysthymia nor depression ...

It took me away from a highly toxic situation and into a job that I love.

Ok, some background. A few years ago I took the IT position for a residential construction company. I had been warned beforehand that the owners were part of a strange cult-like religion and that I might find them a bit ... intense. After my last workplace led me to near suicide, I was interested in intense abuse rather than outright abusive.

The person who warned me was not only right about the intensity, if anything, they had downplayed it. I found myself in a business that was run practically like a cult, only without you.

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It took me away from a highly toxic situation and into a job that I love.

Ok, some background. A few years ago I took the IT position for a residential construction company. I had been warned beforehand that the owners were part of a strange cult-like religion and that I might find them a bit ... intense. After my last workplace led me to near suicide, I was interested in intense abuse rather than outright abusive.

The person who warned me was not only right about the intensity, if anything, they had downplayed it. I found myself in a business that was run practically like a cult, only without the tithe. We were expected to live and breathe the place. We received weekly training using materials that were aimed at business owners, not employees (even to the point that one day he said to take care of his employees and treat them with respect - bosses clearly weren't expecting that and almost begged us to ignore them. it) and I felt like we were being admitted to a cult.

The writing was on the wall when I was between antidepressant medications and I experienced depression at work. Instead of asking what was wrong and offering help, they slapped me with a written warning. I dusted off my resume, not that it was of any use because opportunities in IT are few and far between where I live.

A few months later, a patch broke something fundamental in IT systems, resulting in loss of performance and continued crashes. It took over a week to stabilize. I received another written warning, because apparently I am supposed to anticipate the effects of patches that you would only find after Googling your symptoms, and a third party was hired to evaluate our systems, which turned out to be the beginning of a non-acquisition. hostile IT.

A friend who was an IT manager at his job, after hearing about everything that was happening, told me to take a week off in mid-January, get an ABN, and spend that week at his job. There, he gave me the rundown of a system they wanted to develop but couldn't find a suitable out-of-the-box solution. I spent a few months working on the new system on the weekends, and the payment was made upon reaching the milestones.

As this was happening, it seemed like the tide was turning. I got a raise (a week after my second written warning, no less!) And a company car, and I was at their Sydney office three days a week, all on their penny. It quickly became apparent that they were moving their home base to this office, as several people were moving out of their old office, not all willingly, as I would soon learn.

I soon knew that things were not all as they seemed at first. We were put in an open-plan office that was a whirlwind in terms of noise: copywriters had to put on headphones in order to concentrate, and since other staff members and my manager were constantly interrupting me, I was unable to focus on my work, and my productivity. plummeted as a result.

I also heard of some staff members who were basically told that they would either move into the Sydney office or be fired. One person had this company build his house and had to rent it because they dragged him to Sydney. It wasn't long before they tried to put this pressure on me.

Basically, they told me that I would have to deliver the company car and be in Sydney five days a week, and they wouldn't pay for it. It was that, or "part as friends."

I told my friend that I had gotten the contractor job and I couldn't believe how cheeky they were being. He contacted the big boss to casually bring me to complete the system he had started, who agreed. I told them that I was not going to be able to pay that (which was not false at all) and they said “don't worry, we will send you your final payment” and put me on a train home.

I'm not going to lie to you. I felt numb. What's worse, my wife and I had just built a house. We made it through a mortgage payment and I lost my job. The only thing I feared would happen when I became a homeowner.

I started my new position the following Wednesday and got paid for the work I had already done. A few days later, my final payment came along with my termination letter, which was lying about why I was fired. He made references to events that never happened and written performance warnings that never happened. Outraged, I filed the unfair dismissal with Fair Work. Within days, my dismissal was changed to dismissal and my final pay increased to two months of salary (one for dismissal, the other instead of notice). I could have turned him down and stood up to them in court (as many had, I later learned) and really profit ... But knowing that I made them eat their words was reward enough.

Two months ago, I launched a mobile application to interact with the software that I wrote for this company. I couldn't be happier and I have learned a lot.

The first time:

When I was a teenager, I had several friends from all walks of life. One was Paul. Paul was the boyfriend of my best friend L. We went out in a threesome often, since in my house she could see him, and his very strict Mexican (I say this because if you are familiar with South Texas, this correctly explains why she was always at my house), specifically. his father would not allow it.

Paul always gave me an uneasy feeling, he never yelled that I could remember, but he screwed up things like blowing grass on his baby's face while the baby sat in the car seat. I was 15, L. was 14. I didn't like some of the

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The first time:

When I was a teenager, I had several friends from all walks of life. One was Paul. Paul was the boyfriend of my best friend L. We went out in a threesome often, since in my house she could see him, and his very strict Mexican (I say this because if you are familiar with South Texas, this correctly explains why she was always at my house), specifically. his father would not allow it.

Paul always gave me an uneasy feeling, never yelled that I could remember, but he did screw things up like blowing grass on his baby's face while the baby sat in the car seat. I was 15, L. was 14. I didn't like some of the shit he did, but I wasn't about to get mad at him, and neither was L.

As the years passed, he became more reckless and terrifying. At 17 L. she ran away to my house (now we lived in the country, about 10 miles from the Mexican working-class neighborhood where I grew up), Paul followed her and threatened her, it got scary enough that we called the police.

His life just got out of hand. It was mentioned that his father sexually abused him and his sister. He had met his family, they were tough.

Several years ago, when L. and I were still talking, she mentioned that Paul had written from prison. He had done something very bad and would never get out. I asked him what it was. She said she didn't know…. So of course I googled it.

Paul headed to Utah and was homeless. He raped a woman. He then raped another woman and ended up killing her.

I will not share the article publicly, but if you are interested, you can send me a message and I will send it to you.

I feel like this woman he killed deserves more than to be remembered as his victim. She was a person.

The 2nd time:

Andrés and I met in the military when we were stationed together in Korea. He was a sweet, helpful, anxious child. I heard he liked me, but I wasn't interested. At the time I was secretly dating my future husband and I only had eyes for him. One day Andrés and I worked together at CQ. It is a 24 hour duty, called a quarter charge. After CQ's service, the army always gave us the day off the next day.

So Andres and I went to the tent together at another camp, Camp Red Cloud. We ate Popeye's, if I remember correctly, before we went to the store. As we were sitting there eating, I asked him a question like "Why are the boys ...?" I don't remember exactly what it was, but it was something Darrell did, and he wanted an answer from guys. That question changed him. After that he never said much more than a few words to me, and he preferred to ignore me, so much so that it made me feel very uncomfortable. This happy boy completely changed his demeanor towards me, honestly I felt very uncomfortable with him after that. Shortly after I sold him a guitar, in two sentences, "How much does your guitar cost?" and that was that.

Our unit ended up moving from Korea to the United States, so we all ended up staying together for much longer. One day I remember that during the physical therapist he started walking next to me and we had a full conversation about our credit reports. Strange, it was a glimpse of the old him. But after that he was ignored again and then I learned that he was being fired due to mental health issues.

A couple of years later, a friend called to say that he had caught the police and stabbed his wife to death, shot the police, and then committed suicide.

Again, I have an article on that, but his wife deserves to be known as more than just his victim.

I dated another killer when I was younger, but that one never gave me the creeps, so that story is for another time.

* I never passed the ninth grade in elementary school, dropped out of school and got my GED. Although I try a lot, my grammar is not the best, I am welcome to the corrections. :)

I looked ahead, saw the path I was heading for, and one night I decided to quit drinking Svedka every day, quit smoking marijuana as a meal replacement, quit Newport's, and got down to business.

This was 100% the worst time span of my life so far as a seventeen year old. I let the drugs control my daily routine and as a result my friends left, particularly my 8 year old BEST FRIEND.

He dropped out of the high school he was attending after his nudes were leaked for a fake marijuana transaction (he was actually a senior at the school, we were sophomores). I fell into a deep depression because

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I looked ahead, saw the path I was heading for, and one night I decided to quit drinking Svedka every day, quit smoking marijuana as a meal replacement, quit Newport's, and got down to business.

This was 100% the worst time span of my life so far as a seventeen year old. I let the drugs control my daily routine and as a result my friends left, particularly my 8 year old BEST FRIEND.

He dropped out of the high school he was attending after his nudes were leaked for a fake marijuana transaction (he was actually a senior at the school, we were sophomores). I fell into a deep depression because I let gossip and loneliness get to me. I wore the same 3 pajamas to school during the last semester of my sophomore year. He knew he sucked as a woman. I started hanging out with the WRONG crowd outside of school, at a trap house in Oakland, and they finally robbed me for being stupid. The stories continue, I was the dumbest and wildest girl in school, until the summer in the third year. He knew it was God, it had to be.

It was a series of events that led me to make a 180 degree turn in one night. Before tonight we girls put away a bottle of Walgreens (nothing new) and I broke my phone because I fell into this man-made pond. I got home early in the morning (I snuck in). A wave of anxiety clouded my brain, I knew where my life was heading. At that time I blocked everyone I knew. The next morning I got rid of the weed and started hitting the books. Reading for the first time in years after constantly damaging my fresh mind was a challenge. The point was, he knew he had to read to be successful in life.

I signed up for independent studies because everyone thought of me as a bad person for leaving my whole life behind. I live on a little island in California that is a bit posh. I wish I would move, but I have to finish high school.

When school started (independent study), I took advantage of the free college classes offered to high school students at the nearby community college. I finished junior year with 16 college credits (all prerequisites for a nursing school) and $ 7,000 in my bank account (due to flexible hours and a well-paying waitress job in the Bay Area).

Junior year: NOT BAD CONSIDERING I CHEATED THE WHOLE SCHOOL. (I was a cheat teacher and now I maintain a 3.8 weighted average.)

It is now the fall of the last year. I am now homeschooled and have anxiety issues and still have no friends (subjective term). It really changed my life. I came to the state of Montana, applying to SFSU and UC Davis. I'm fine without a Montana because I know my purpose is nursing (I volunteer at a nursing home). It's a good school, but it sure beats the other route I would have been on if it weren't for Jesus. It would probably be under the control of a pimp if it weren't for the power of the Holy Spirit.

Now, my mind is set on becoming a nurse. Many crying and mental breakdowns try to get in my way as I conquer the SAT for the second time, yet the same morals and values ​​placed within me through habit changes and a lifestyle change prevent me from giving up. I feel like a complete tramp and even more anxiety clouds me if I am not productive…. I am over a year drug free, except for a cocktail party with my aunt a few months ago. I never received therapy, but I know I need it; I'm too scared to even walk out of my house, but it's all in my head. I would like to have a soul mate one day because now I have very good cooking skills and would make an excellent wife. :).

Okay so my advice:

  1. CHANGE the people you surround yourself with, even if it means being alone. We are all different, but we can adapt and, in some situations, not being influenced by anyone increases confidence.
  2. Get involved in something. A hiking club (no cute potential soul mates for me there), a part-time job, a church, a volunteer. Make yourself happy
  3. find a hobby. Try shitting at home. I like gardening. I like to walk. Literally put on some shoes and go out.
  4. TRIP.
  5. Read anything.
  6. pray if that's your thing
  7. listen to some good rock n roll (Joanne Jett)
  8. Take a damn nap

I am absolutely in awe of some of these questions. This is no exception. It is such an amazing question that it deserves to be repeated. here it goes: and I quote, "Why are MY plans NEVER going according to the PLAN?"

In the first place, if we knew how things would turn out, why even think about making a plan? Why not do like Nike says, JUST DO IT?

If we knew what tomorrow will bring, what is the feeling of living? That's boring. “Wow, take a look! I'm going to win the lottery tomorrow! OR! Even better. Oh my! Tomorrow I will be seriously injured in a car accident! Does this make any sense?

We would be spending our

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I am absolutely in awe of some of these questions. This is no exception. It is such an amazing question that it deserves to be repeated. here it goes: and I quote, "Why are MY plans NEVER going according to the PLAN?"

In the first place, if we knew how things would turn out, why even think about making a plan? Why not do like Nike says, JUST DO IT?

If we knew what tomorrow will bring, what is the feeling of living? That's boring. “Wow, take a look! I'm going to win the lottery tomorrow! OR! Even better. Oh my! Tomorrow I will be seriously injured in a car accident! Does this make any sense?

We would spend our entire lives in fear and really locked in, (by choice) trying to avoid the negative things that we inevitably already know will happen the next day.

So actually the reason we make plans is first because the plans give us some kind of direction and somehow motivate us as the plans get closer to completion. That is fighting for something. Very close to being called a goal. Don't you think?

Why aren't things going according to our plan? Maybe it's because you looked away from your plans for a few minutes, which took a few hours which in turn allowed to turn into a few days. We'll call that the life that gets in the way. When you finally realize that you were distracted, you blame it on things that don't go your way or as planned. OF COURSE, NO? There is also a life that you are living.

Life goes by, and even though we make plans, we don't, or perhaps the best word there is, “CAN'T” devote our full attention to our PLAN, or our goal for that matter. There is a work life, a travel time to get to work and everything that goes into LIVING life. Once we think again about our plan, we have lived a whole day, without spending a minute thinking about our plan.

When a plan goes according to plan is when I make the decision to go to the supermarket to buy a lettuce so I can make a salad. See, a plan can also be called a DECISION. It's fast! Go get it and you're done.

In other words, things go according to plan when we don't call it a plan. We never thought that it was not in consequence because it was just a thought, not necessarily a plan.

If you take just a minute to think, you will realize that every decision we make is actually a plan, but is not mentally recognized as a plan. That is why when we talk to someone and decide to do something together or separately, the term "THAT'S THE PLAN!"

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My mom and dad got divorced when I was only 2 years old.

This created a great divide between my father and me from a very young age. Although my father tried his best to spend time with me, I felt that his attempts were half-hearted at best, and almost negligent at worst. At a very young age, this sparked a small amount of anger and resentment towards my father that turned into a tsunami of hidden animosity towards him.

Being the eldest of two children with a single mother struggling to make ends meet forced me to grow up much faster than I would have been. I learned to focus on that background of anger

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My mom and dad got divorced when I was only 2 years old.

This created a great divide between my father and me from a very young age. Although my father tried his best to spend time with me, I felt that his attempts were half-hearted at best, and almost negligent at worst. At a very young age, this sparked a small amount of anger and resentment towards my father that turned into a tsunami of hidden animosity towards him.

Being the eldest of two children with a single mother struggling to make ends meet forced me to grow up much faster than I would have been. I learned to focus that undercurrent of anger and resentment on purpose by focusing on being the best student, son, older brother, and soccer player that I could be. Soccer gave me the outlet to shift my anger towards people and be rewarded for the results, without joining a gang or engaging in malicious behavior. Academically, I wanted to be everything my father was not, and much more.

My father is a wise man, but he was never very smart or polite, and as a teenager I felt that my mind could lick his in whatever intellectual battle of passive aggression I chose.

Due to the relative absence of my father in most of my developmental years, I assumed the role of man of the house and became the protector and provider I most wanted to see for myself.

Growing up, people used to comment that I was much more mature for my age. In fact, I used to date mostly women 5-10 years older than me due to the difference in maturity because women my age didn't interest me.

For several years I believed that the lack of my father's presence in my life was the biggest turning point in my life because it made me so much a part of the man I am today. For this reason, she had not had children out of wedlock. Now I am 33 years old; When my father was my age, he had 5 children with 4 different women.

Knowing the indescribable pain of waiting all day for a phone call and not receiving it on birthdays and holidays forced me to promise through tears that "I will NEVER be this way with my children!"

That is why I am the protector and provider that I am today. I have dated single mothers because some form of my subconscious has been trying to mend the brokenness of a broken family my entire life.

Fortunately, my dad and I were able to completely reconcile about 8 years ago, and that has healed me. Now I realize that the mistakes my father made were not malicious, but wrong, and I forgive him for that. I also had to look at myself and realize that if it hadn't been for God's grace, I might have a child or two myself, as I had not always practiced safe sex, nor been celibate, as I had recently chosen.

The net result of all this is that my father's absence has made me a stronger man. His persistence in maintaining a relationship with me has made me a better man.

Well this is something that keeps bothering me and it probably bothers you right now as well. I can just share my experience with you, but I can't say it works for you. Different people are faced with different methods of their own.

As you may have experienced, when something doesn't work, it irritates us. We literally don't care about anything at the time and if someone tries to ask you something like "Are you okay?" or something like that, we can burst into them due to irritation. But this is something we must learn to control.

When nothing works for me, I tend to write something

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Well this is something that keeps bothering me and it probably bothers you right now as well. I can just share my experience with you, but I can't say it works for you. Different people are faced with different methods of their own.

As you may have experienced, when something doesn't work, it irritates us. We literally don't care about anything at the time and if someone tries to ask you something like "Are you okay?" or something like that, we can burst into them due to irritation. But this is something we must learn to control.

When nothing works for me, I tend to write something. It doesn't matter what you write. It can be anything from blogging to journaling. It doesn't really matter, what matters is that it helps me control my irritation or anger at some point.

Another thing I do when nothing works for me, especially when nothing works in the studios. I put everything aside for a moment and think that those things are more of a priority for me. Then I make a list. Well, I make the list in my mind. If you have trouble remembering things, you can write them down on a piece of paper.

Then after you write those things down, start with what you can do at the time. When you see that you are capable of doing things, you will gain confidence yourself.

Remember, it may take days before you see the result. Don't lose your patience. Be smart and spend your time on things that can keep you busy so that you can distract yourself from the fact that things are not working well for you.

I'll conclude by saying be patient, things turn out to be your way over time. But you have to invest your time in things that are important to you.

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Hm, good question. Let's do an analysis, shall we?

  • When I was 10 years old, I wanted to be a great soccer player. When I was 17 years old, I did not enter the varsity team in my junior year, so I quit the sport for good.
  • When I was 12 I wanted to be a great baseball player. When I was 15, I dropped out of the season because I wasn't good enough and had just suffered an eye injury.
  • When I was 9 years old, I wanted to have a girl to love. At 20, I still haven't had a single date.
  • When I was around 17, I wanted to be a great novelist. At 18 I quit because I could never finish a single novel.
  • Around 17 I want
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Hm, good question. Let's do an analysis, shall we?

  • When I was 10 years old, I wanted to be a great soccer player. When I was 17 years old, I did not enter the varsity team in my junior year, so I quit the sport for good.
  • When I was 12 I wanted to be a great baseball player. When I was 15, I dropped out of the season because I wasn't good enough and had just suffered an eye injury.
  • When I was 9 years old, I wanted to have a girl to love. At 20, I still haven't had a single date.
  • When I was around 17, I wanted to be a great novelist. At 18 I quit because I could never finish a single novel.
  • Around 17 he wanted to be an electronic music producer. Now around 20, I feel like I'm about to quit.
  • In the first year of college I wanted to be an engineer. Engineering wasn't fun and I quit at the end of the year.
  • In the second year I dedicated myself to mathematics. After a semester, I quit because it wasn't for me either.
  • When I was a kid, I thought I would have so many things figured out at 20. Now here I am, feeling more confused and lost than ever.

And yet, as sad as it may seem to have all these specific dreams and goals ruined into nothingness, when I look back at my life from a more general perspective, it really hasn't been that bad.

  • I wanted to love someone and I have made many good friends over the years.
  • I've longed for adventure, and my many failures have given me some exciting twists and turns.
  • I wanted to be successful in athletics, and just playing sports for the sake of playing them has given me much more joy than playing competitively.
  • I wanted to be successful in the music industry, but instead I enjoyed expressing myself through music by creating something new.
  • I wanted a novel for the world, but I have written many scenes for myself.
  • I wanted to quickly find out what I wanted to specialize in, but I've found that I want me to take my time and make sure it's something I'm passionate about.

"Enjoy the little things, because one day you can look back and realize that they were the big ones." ~ Robert Breault

We often grow up with an idea of ​​what our life will be like when we reach a certain age, most of the time, it is a realistic image, and most of the time, life does not necessarily reflect the image we had for ourselves. that. In that moment, we may feel inadequate, we may feel like a failure, and we may feel like we failed to create the life we ​​want or deserve, but if we look closer, sometimes the magic is in the journey rather than the destination. it's in the lessons we learn along the way and the changes we have to go through to become the best versions of ourselves.

My life didn't turn out

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We often grow up with an idea of ​​what our life will be like when we reach a certain age, most of the time, it is a realistic image, and most of the time, life does not necessarily reflect the image we had for ourselves. that. In that moment, we may feel inadequate, we may feel like a failure, and we may feel like we failed to create the life we ​​want or deserve, but if we look closer, sometimes the magic is in the journey rather than the destination. it's in the lessons we learn along the way and the changes we have to go through to become the best versions of ourselves.

My life did not turn out to be anything I imagined, in fact, the image I had of my life is not even close to what it is now, and although I have my days in which I reflect and wonder. where I went wrong, I still smile when I look back at the things I learned when the pieces of the puzzle didn't fit.

1. Learn to steer the wheel in another direction

You know how the saying goes "If you don't bend you will break" You will come face to face with your fears and your worst nightmares, but you will have to face them, even if you don't win, even if you fall short, even if you will never be the same again. person, you will navigate through them to reach your destination. It's exactly like driving, sometimes you get lost, sometimes you take roads you don't want to take, sometimes you drive alone at night and it can be scary, sometimes you will have to stop at a red light even though you can 'Don't wait to go home Sometimes you will have an accident and it may or may not be your fault, but the key will always be to keep driving and turn the wheel in another direction, whatever direction it takes you back home.

2. You will be forced to seek validation within yourself.

If you are a social person like me, you get your energy and your validation from those around you, you always wonder if they like me. Did I say the right thing? Are they going to speak well of me? Does my boss think I'm smart enough? Will this man stay or will he get bored and leave? You constantly spend your energy on those around you and that can sometimes mean the disappearance of your own identity and personal growth. This may seem like a cliché, but it is true, the best way to use your energy is to consume it in yourself first and get in touch with who you are, regardless of what those around you think of you. You have to accept your flaws and shortcomings while working on them rather than seeking validation from those around you. It helps when someone sees something good in us that we stop believing and it helps when someone picks us up when we fall, but at the end of the day, it is a temporary relief. If you want long-term relief, you should seek validation from yourself first, and welcome validation from others second, but it should always come first.

3. You may want to reconnect with God

"When we have nothing left but God, we discover that God is enough." This is one of my favorite quotes to sum up faith and life as well. When things don't go according to plan and when life gets tough, it's easy to sink into a dark hole and drown in a sea of ​​anger, negativity, and despair; also known as rock bottom. The great thing about hitting rock bottom is the fact that it allows you to reach a higher power, ask for help, pray, and seek the guidance of the creator. If it does affect your faith let me assure you that it won't get out of the blue easily, however if you use it as a tool to reconnect with God and strengthen your faith and belief that God has a better plan. for you and that their plans will make you happier than you ever thought, you will be fine.

4.- You are going to lose some people

It is part of life, the more you know who you are and seek validation from within, the more people you will lose. Some people won't like it, some people will try to knock you down, some people will hurt you, some will walk away, some will give up, and some will stab you in the face. Only a few good ones will stay and respect the transition, those people are the ones who are in your life to stay and they will help you become your best self. I must say that this is the most difficult lesson, not only does it require strength and self-control, it requires that you never look back, that you close some doors that you wanted so much to remain open. The hardest part is not letting them go, the hardest part is letting them go knowing that you will not let them come back in. knowing that deep in your heart this person will do you more harm than good and has to go. In some cases, losing is winning.

5. It will make you a better person

Finally, when his life doesn't turn out the way he wanted, he will humiliate him. It will make you a kinder person, a more understanding person, a wiser person, a stronger person, a less critical person, a deeper person, or it will just make you human. You will learn that you cannot be perfect and you never will be, you will learn that you will fail in things that you thought you were good at, you will learn that sometimes it can be difficult to love, you will learn that you have bipolar tendencies, you will learn that you cannot control your environment and that you cannot make someone change or someone love you. You will learn to accept your destiny and stop trying to change it. You will learn that life will scar and hurt you, but it will also surprise you, sometimes in a good way, and one day you will look back and connect the dots.

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  1. Your phone has 1% battery remaining. You ran home and immediately hooked up to the charger. It is Sunday the next day. You are relaxing alone at home. That day, he did not receive a message, not a call, or a notification. It's raining outside. The whole day seemed like a blessing to you. So he checked his phone after a long time and realized his mistake before 25 o'clock. You forgot to turn on the charger. The phone was off all day. Now you can't do anything. You turned on the charger and also the phone. There are 29 missed calls, 5 important emails from your boss regarding
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  1. Your phone has 1% battery remaining. You ran home and immediately hooked up to the charger. It is Sunday the next day. You are relaxing alone at home. That day, he did not receive a message, not a call, or a notification. It's raining outside. The whole day seemed like a blessing to you. So he checked his phone after a long time and realized his mistake before 25 o'clock. You forgot to turn on the charger. The phone was off all day. Now you can't do anything. You turned on the charger and also the phone. There are 29 missed calls, 5 important emails from your boss regarding the task that was supposed to be completed today. But the day is gone He checked the WhatsApp pings and his wife's message was delivered within 24 hours: “I will arrive at 11 am, pick me up at the train station. ”- as you read, you feel like the game is over because now it's 11pm. All city transport has been jammed due to heavy rains. She is still waiting for you there. She called you 24 times. Another ping was about your best friend. His father passed away this morning and you had no idea, you missed the funeral and the condolence meeting…;) $ how does he feel $
  2. Another regret is more regrettable. It is running a very special occasion. All your friends are celebrating the birthday of one of your friends. You have made so many preparations such as food, decorations, balloons and much more. Everyone is now enjoying the moment fighting for food, you appreciate this moment from the inside and suddenly you took your friend's phone and started recording all this madness. You recorded all the funny things possible without telling anyone. All unpleasant expressions and activities were recorded there. After 8 minutes of recording, he turned off the camcorder. Now you have a feeling of satisfaction. It captured the best moments so that you can see these things even after a few years, memorable days. After the party you talked about the video. You looked for the video on the phone but it wasn't there then your friend asks you: "Did you turn on the camcorder?" I'm like - “yeah! of course "The next question" HAVE-YOU-TURN-ON-THE-RECORDING ...? "And there was a sound of silence. I didn't even start recording. All the Minkowski space events have been lost. There was one thing on my mind: men will be men, but idiots will be idiots.; D

I wouldn't date this guy I'm friends with for a long time. He was my best friend and I could talk to him about anything. He was always there for me no matter what. He adored me. He pampered me and always made me feel like the most important person on the planet.

Mainly, the reason I didn't go out with him was because we were at different stages of our life. He wanted to settle down, get married and all that. I wanted to travel and explore.

I didn't want to break her heart, so I decided that we should cut off all contact. She told me that I could cut all ties, but that she would be there when I was ready. But I'm still b

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I wouldn't date this guy I'm friends with for a long time. He was my best friend and I could talk to him about anything. He was always there for me no matter what. He adored me. He pampered me and always made me feel like the most important person on the planet.

Mainly, the reason I didn't go out with him was because we were at different stages of our life. He wanted to settle down, get married and all that. I wanted to travel and explore.

I didn't want to break her heart, so I decided that we should cut off all contact. She told me that I could cut all ties, but that she would be there when I was ready. But, I still blocked it from everything. I was trying to be disinterested and not mislead him. He wanted him to find happiness with a girl who was in line with his goals. I didn't want to give him false hope. He respected my wishes and I never heard from him again. He never tried to contact me and I'm too proud to search so I still wonder about him and miss him… I guess I ended up breaking my own heart.

I always wonder what my life would have been like if I had married him. I wonder if I ever crossed his mind ...

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