Quotations and Advice for Realistic Living - Day Twenty

           

 

 
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Quotations for Realistic Relationships

Carefully consider the following as you develop life relationships.

First and foremost, life is about other people.

Not everyone you meet likes you. Very few people you meet in life will ever remember that they ever met you. Be realistic about your relationship expectations.

Try to be interested in what other people are interested in; not what you find interesting about them.

When someone says, "but I didn't mean for you to be hurt," it isn't an apology; it's an admission that they got caught.

Most people, most of the time, seek security and avoid risk. Consider this when working and communicating with people.

Not everyone you meet deserves your kindness or attention. Some people willfully feed on your courtesy.

What people think they're gving you and what you think you're getting are always two different things.

Forgetting what lies you've told causes tremendous anxiety.

People rarely remember what you have done to help them; people never forget what you have done to hurt them.

The only reason people like you is because they want/need something from you.

Hurtful people never see themselves as hurtful people.

You think that the majority of people you meet are "normal;" think again. Most people are whacked and just practiced at acting normal.

Never ever trust someone who seems overly complimentary to you. If they truly felt that way about you, they would show it; not say it. So what are they really after?

Helping people who really don't need help doesn't make you feel good; it makes you feel used. Not everyone deserves your attention.

When you hurt someone and you tell them that you are sorry, even though they want to believe you, they can't. How can they forgive what they can not believe?

Hurtful people never see themselves as hurtful people.

No matter what you do, there is absolutely no way you can control what someone else thinks about you.

Picture yourself having to say you're sorry before you do something hurtful or stupid.

Nobody really likes you. They like the part of you that likes them. How do you think they will react to you if they think that you don't like them?

Just because we understand why people do hurtful and selfish things doesn't mean they should be excused for having done them.

If people really don't care what other people think, they wouldn't need to tell you that they "really don't care what other people think."

   
 
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