Do you feel like you are currently in a relationship that isn’t going anywhere? You want to move on yet you don’t want to move on. You are really in love with this person and you really want them to progress with you. However, it seems like no matter how hard you try to encourage this person, they just aren’t willing to Change.
You aren’t helping each other grow and it is frustrating to you. Things may be going well in a way but you don’t feel the chemistry anymore. Either that or there’s too much drama involved. You two are constantly arguing about things which really don’t matter and it’s burning you out. You are starting to get tired of the same routine and you want to get off the treadmill. You also don’t want to admit that you are getting tired of the relationship because you feel like if you love this person, you should not feel that way.
Life would not mean anything without change; therefore, change is necessary. Change is not a bad word. I am sure you are reading this because you are considering “change” and you want a little more encouragement. Yet, at the same time you are afraid that once things change, it will only get worse and not any better. However, you need to understand that circumstances are created. Therefore, if you don’t take that leap of faith, you’ll never know what could have happened.
It’s been proven that most people regret the things that they did not do rather than the things that they did do. So if you don’t do something different, you will always be stuck in the same situation and the same cycle will continue. Don’t ever allow yourself to be in a situation where you’re thinking in the future “what if I would have done this?” Don’t think too much, just take action! Sometimes you need to follow what your gut tells you because those are your subconscious feelings. Our conscience is great at telling us what’s right and wrong. So if you feel like there’s something wrong with the relationship you are currently in and you don’t see a future, change it.
Don’t dwell on a problem because the problem will only get bigger. You should work on changing the situation and don’t get stuck on ‘what if’s’ or ‘woulda, shoulda, coulda’s’.
Just remember that change is not a bad word!