Lesson From Your First Love
Every relationship has a phase and not every relationship is meant to last for ever. Break-ups in a relationship is part and parcel of life and coming out of a bad break-up is your responsibility at the end of the day. After all, it is important to note that you alone can take responsibility for your happiness. As humans who’ve taken birth on this planet, we have a right to be happy. In this article, we look at the lessons to learn from your first relationship.
In this world, there is one thing that is common to every single person an irreparable regret, an unreachable dream, an unspeakable secret and an unforgettable love. Your first love is someone who you definitely cannot forget very easily and a feeling of emptiness when you break-up with your first love is hard to dismiss.
This is perhaps the first lesson we can learn from our first love or relationship. We sure would’ve expected too much from our first relationship and the important thing is to realise that expecting too much amounts to undesirable disappointment.
At most point of time, you end up placing your partner’s happiness at the forefront even if it meant compromising your own peace of mind. One thing you’ll learn is that your happiness is more of a priority than anyone else’s.
Love does exist and people do fall in love something all of us learn from our first relationship. Most importantly, you understand that you are worthy of love.
Yes. A break-up definitely makes you stronger than before. You are less likely to be swayed emotionally than you initially would have been.
You learn to live by the popular saying let go of what is not yours, let go of people who do not belong to you.
You most probably would have been over dependent as far as your first love is concerned. After a break-up, you realize that overdependence is just not worth it.
Most people ignore their career due to the sense of joy and fulfillment they enjoy during the phase of their first relationship. A break-up will help you better focus on your career and do the things that are important.
More than anything else, you realize that love comes again. Love fades. But it does show up again! The next time, supposedly even more strongly.