Even in the most amazing relationships there are imperfections. Letting go of the need to be everything to someone else (and vice versa), accepting the shortcomings, flaws, damage of your partners (and ourselves), means we can walk side by side on a shared path, each letting the other grow and explore. My two cents. Open to discussion.

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  1. I also agree. I do think that the shared path means constant, evolving, deep communication and the individual growth is encouraged and supported by the other as well. I think it’s easy to have unrealistic expectations of our partners, and open, honest communication can alleviate so much of that! Having our feelings accepted and heard is so important, and those feelings we want to feel as a result of those expectations can often be met in different, more realistic ways. Hope that makes sense.

    Happy holidays, Emily. πŸ’œ

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    1. Agreed. One shouldn’t lose their identity when adding people into their lives. The thing is, when freedom is given, the irony is we want to come back. Being allowed to evolve and be individuals makes a partnership stronger. Happy Holidays to you, too, Kay! πŸ˜ŠπŸ’œπŸŒ²

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  2. Absolutely love this no one is perfect and we have to accept our flaws and others as well but before we give love to someone we should love ourself first love this❀

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