When relationships fail, you spend all your life looking for the person that can give you true happiness. You jump from one relationship to another, hoping that things will change for the better.
However, every time you enter into a relationship, you end up completely disappointed as your expectations are not met.
It was either your relationship didn’t just work out or your emotional needs were not fulfilled.
Happiness does not require approval from another individual. It should not be tied to another person. When it comes to finding true happiness, there are really no quick fixes.
Even when you try to save your relationship that was once your only source of happiness, the positive effects you get from it are only temporary.
Never let your relationship be in control of your own happiness.
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