“When you talk about your relationship in public, you make it frivolous.”
Very few people are meant to take the full journey with you in life. Sometimes you outgrow people, lose the interpersonal connection and/or leave them behind. Instead of regretting the loss, cherish the time you had together and keep it as a fond memory. I’ve written before how I believe that everyone’s life is a novel and sometimes new chapters require new characters. It is all part of the process of growing, learning and evolving as a human being. Most every transitional point in our life involves bridging a chasm of some sort and other people are usually the means by which we cross over. However, they don’t all make the same crossing with us.
I sincerely hope that you have a close personal relationship with a lifelong romantic partner and best friend if that is what you desire. While periods of aloneness are to be expected, a lifetime of being single can be difficult and lonely. I also hope that if you are fortunate enough to have children that you have a strong enduring bond with them. However, even these long term relationships change and end at some point. Inevitably, someone will have to learn to carry one without the other person. Unfortunately, the loss of people we love is a part of life.
- Courtship, Communication and Business Relationships (digitalsurgeons.com)
- Overcoming Betrayal: It’s a 2-Way Street (psychologytoday.com)
- Let’s All Make A List Of Relationship Commandments (howaboutwe.com)
- How Chronic Pain Affects Relationships (everydayhealth.com)
- How to Achieve Good Relationship Marketing (opherbrayer.wordpress.com)
- BizTip – Ten Questions to Help You Check the Vital Signs of Your Client Relationships (gisuser.com)
If you judge people, you have no time to love them.
Just received this press release from Peter A. Downard, the litigation counsel to David Davidar. Davidar the CEO of Penguin Canada was fired after a colleague, Lisa Rundle, accused him of sexual harassment. In Downard’s email, he outlines the details of a four and a half year long “consensual, flirtatious relationship” between Davidar and Rundle that included kissing and watching/playing tennis.Here’s the statement: