“Disappointed” is the new Relationship Status!


How often have you found yourself cribbing over petty issues and then claim that you’re always disappointed? and then you’ll hear people say “expectation is the root cause of disappointment” all around you,without failing to mention that they care for us.

Then you’ll dive into the ocean of intellect,a few realizations will dawn upon you.Too often we think the role of a boyfriend or girlfriend is to make us happy and complete our life.Think about it, do you really think you deserve to fuck up your mind just to have someone who cares for you!

Hell, NO! those who care will always do no matter what, those who don’t will keep pretending!

In a relationship, you cannot be the puppeteer. People have their own emotions, behaviors, actions, beliefs, scars, wounds, fears, dreams, and perspectives. They are their own person.

How often have you wanted a relationship to be something that it is not?

How many times have you said a certain word or phrase in order to spark a specific reaction?

How much do you expect from this person? Do they fail you each and every time?

In a relationship, there are certain expectations, like being treated well or being respected. Yet sometimes we find ourselves in relationships that don’t mirror what we anticipate to happen. We may feel hurt or used.

Maximum emotions and reactions are based on “how could you?”, “Why did you not?” “Don’t leave me alone” “Don’t go here”, “why did you do this?”, “why can’t you do this?”

Sometimes you guide the other person by saying so, but maximum times you control! Everyone has a life, they do no want to be controlled.They will do whatever, anyway anyhow however!

We cannot expect other people to treat us as we would treat them. We cannot assume anything or force change upon someone who clearly demonstrates he or she is stuck in his or her own way.

Some people associate disappointment with fear of harm or deprivation, though the more common linkage is with fear of isolation, i.e., disappointment threatens to make them feel unlovable: “No one will understand me,” or, “No one will care.”

Just as frequently in love relationships, disappointment is associated with the shame of inadequacy, a sense of failure, particularly as a protector, lover, or provider.

Think about it, do you really think you deserve to fuck up your mind just to have someone who cares for you!

Hell, NO! those who care will always do no matter what, those who don’t will keep pretending!

If you are self-sufficient,you don’t need to expect anything. Work on that!

Drink Wine and Enjoy your life,even if alone!

 

Live Love Laugh Read!!

🙂

 

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