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13 months out from a 5 year relationship. I've learnt many things in that time.

 

1. The habits and associations die off.

2. The flashbacks stop.

3. It really is all in your mind.

4. You become yourself again

5. You cringe because you spent far too much time pining over someone.

6. You understand that you cannot control others. So control yourself.

7. You realise that some mysteries are just meant to remain unsolved.

8. You managed just fine before you met them. You’ll manage just fine after them.

9. Being on your own can be really nice.

10. It was fun while it lasted. Thanks for visiting my world….

 

Move forward with an open heart, look back with a smile. Wherever you go, there you are!

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13 months out from a 5 year relationship. I've learnt many things in that time.

 

1. The habits and associations die off.

2. The flashbacks stop.

3. It really is all in your mind.

4. You become yourself again

5. You cringe because you spent far too much time pining over someone.

6. You understand that you cannot control others. So control yourself.

7. You realise that some mysteries are just meant to remain unsolved.

8. You managed just fine before you met them. You’ll manage just fine after them.

9. Being on your own can be really nice.

10. It was fun while it lasted. Thanks for visiting my world….

 

Move forward with an open heart, look back with a smile. Wherever you go, there you are!

 

1. Disagree

2. Disagree

3. Agree

4. Disagree

5. Agree

6. Agree

7. Disagree

8. Strongly Disagree

9. Disagree

10. Agree

 

1.5 years out of a 3.5 year relationship.

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1. Disagree

2. Disagree

3. Agree

4. Disagree

5. Agree

6. Agree

7. Disagree

8. Strongly Disagree

9. Disagree

10. Agree

 

1.5 years out of a 3.5 year relationship.

Well if you agree that it's all in your mind and that you alone control yourself, then the points you disagreed on are purely down to you and you alone.
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This is good, Rob. These two connect to another realization:

3. It really is all in your mind.

4. You become yourself again

WHO you are, WHO you were, and WHO you will become are products of your mind as well. You can adjust your thoughts and judgements about these.

 

"How you handle the situation is the situation." —Stephen Covey

"How you translate the situation is the situation."—Christine Kane

"A man's life is what his thoughts make of it."—Marcus Aurelius

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This is good, Rob. These two connect to another realization:

 

WHO you are, WHO you were, and WHO you will become are products of your mind as well. You can adjust your thoughts and judgements about these.

 

"How you handle the situation is the situation." —Stephen Covey

"How you translate the situation is the situation."—Christine Kane

"A man's life is what his thoughts make of it."—Marcus Aurelius

 

Journey, have you seen "What the bleep do we know!?"

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Journey, have you seen "What the bleep do we know!?"

 

Yes, ages ago, when it first came out, and my memory is vague. Maybe I should see it again?

 

I have learned, this past year and a half, how thoughts affect mood. I tend to make a habit of thinking a certain way and it affects my level of happiness or unhappiness. I think it is the way we *choose* happiness. I'm still learning, still changing, evolving. *I think.*

 

Maybe this is the meaning of "I think, therefore I am." It's our thoughts that make us.

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