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What lesson learned

From the most difficult time of your life?
Don't depend on anyone but yourself.
livingoutsidethebox · 36-40, M
lifesatrip · F
Dont ignore the red flags!
nameless1 · 36-40
Falling out of love doesn't mean you're flighty or emotionally unstable — it just means your relationship has changed, or you or your partner have changed.

Love requires attention. It makes you feel good, not bad.
GuyWithOpinions · 31-35, M
Nothing is free, dont trust everyone. People will lie to you, its how you handle it that matters. If you try hard, you MIGHT succeed. The opinions of others doesnt always matter. Family is who you choose it to be. Nothing lasts forever. Dont hold yourself back for other people. Do whatever you want to do and dont let anyone stand in your way. When there is will, you will find a way. There is always a light at the end of the tunnel. Tomorrow is a new day, dont dwell on the past unless your learning from it. Your stronger than you think you are just stop complaining and focus. Your mind and body are maluble, you can change at anytime. Things arent always what they seem. Somethings can be solved with ignorance, somethings will destroy you if ignored.
livingoutsidethebox · 36-40, M
@GuyWithOpinions Lots of invaluable lessons, thank you for sharing.
Iwantyourhotwife · 22-25
My hardest lesson was that part of contentment comes from detachment from this world. And sometimes, you are too attached to a person which can be misplaced. So love in moderation and appropriate your dreams, ambitions, attachments, and expectations
riseofthemachine · 41-45, M
I had a bad toxic break up over a relationship that I was in for 4 years .
A year and half of suicidal thoughts and a mental breakdown in the middle of that . I lost 3 stone in 6 months .
Never cheated on her . Never cheated on no one in my life . I had offers when I was with her with a few other women .
Said No I can’t .
The lesson I learned LOVE .
You always go back to that or else you be bitter for the rest of your lifetime.
What she thought me ?
Never get dependent on no one for your happiness. It’s easy for me to say that now but when your in a relationship it’s a different story altogether .
Love Dependency is a very thin line and my experience with it is that you have no control over it .
I’m single 14 years and I read a book called Co Dependant no more a great book by Melody Beattie and I related to a lot of it and I’m single 14 years .
The moral of the story is that the whole world is connected and what changes that is peoples beliefs .
livingoutsidethebox · 36-40, M
Thank you for sharing you story and the wisdom.Kudos.
Purplerain78 · 41-45, F
If your not happy, make the change. It's better for everyone involved.
Musicman · 61-69, M
Always leave yourself an escape route. Never sell out on a lost cause.
Don't let other people define you.
livingoutsidethebox · 36-40, M
True dat. 🙂@BrewCityBarfly
Things are seldom as they seem.
TexChik · F
Always trust your gut.
The hardest lessons can sometimes be the greatest blessings

Sounds corny but there's truth to it
Wiseacre · F
Yep, what doesn't kill ya makes u stronger.
Move alongside life coz Nothing Lasts.
Be healthy, wealthy and beautiful.
WhatLifeIsFor · 41-45, M
From my difficult time i have learned many lessons in every aspect of life....most important lesson is that money talks, if you are financially sound then every thing goes good for you.
That depression is not the end of the world. It can lead to a deeper intimacy with all life.
livingoutsidethebox · 36-40, M
Thank you. Depression feels like it is the end, nowhere to go. @SW-User
Frankly, to take even more advantage of the opportunities offered me. I regret so many times I said no
Adrift · 56-60, F
I had alot more fight left in me than I realized.
I surprised myself and a few other people too.
thatbuggerpaul · 100+, M
Never buy trainers thinking they will stretch to fit 😁
Dirtyboyy67 · 51-55, M
It can get deep as a father!
I (hopefully) learned a few from the breakup of my marriage, such as 1) not to be as open and trusting and 2) to think carefully before speaking out about anything, and 3) when choosing to speak, be as kind as possible.
livingoutsidethebox · 36-40, M
Lessons on communication. Thank you.
What I have to do, I can do.
Bleak · 36-40, F
Don’t give up until the finish line.
Don't care about what other people think of you.
Donotfolowme · 51-55, F
The best is to part ways
livingoutsidethebox · 36-40, M
Agreed. 🙂 @Donotfolowme

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