07 6 / 2013
i have 3 moods:
- skips every song on my ipod
- lets the music play without interruption
- plays the same song on repeat for days
30 3 / 2013
Relationships take work and effort and sometimes need fighting for. How do you know when it’s time to stand up and fight for it, and when it’s just not worth it? Here are 10 examples of when it’s worth it and when it’s not:
· You’re best friends. If your relationship is built on a solid foundation of friendship and you consider your partner to be your best friend, then it’s worth trying to save the relationship and putting in the work it needs. It’s hard to find a partner who is also your best friend and it takes a long time to build that type of relationship, so put the effort in to make it work.
· You love them. Getting to the point where you truly love someone takes time and effort and a special bond that can’t be re-created with just anyone. If you are lucky enough to really love your partner, it’s worth fighting for to save it.
· You see future potential. If you can picture your partner as someone you can potentially spend your life with and see them as part of your future then it’s worth saving. If they are someone that you like but just can’t see being with in the long term, you may not want to put in the effort.
· They make you into a better person. If you have found someone that makes you want to be your very best version of yourself and inspires you to grow and be a better person, then it’s a relationship worth fighting for. So often our partners can drag us down, so if you’ve found someone that builds you up you should do what you can to try to keep the relationship alive.
09 3 / 2013