Stop falling for people who refuse to put a label on the relationship.
Stop succumbing to people who decline to match the quantity of effort youre putting into the relationship.
Stop falling for people who are trying to alter the core aspects of you.
Stop succumbing to people who string you along without letting you understand whether theyre interested in a relationship or not.
Stop falling for individuals who trigger drama any place they go.
Stop succumbing to individuals who imitate youre too clingy, just since you like spending time together.
Because they do not appreciate your feelings, stop falling for individuals who brush off your grievances and issues.
Stop falling for individuals who you can not be your genuine, uncensored self around.
Stop falling for people who act like youre requesting too much, simply due to the fact that you anticipate them to be in advance and truthful with you.
Stop succumbing to individuals who expect you to come running when they call, even though theyre never ever there when you need them.
Stop succumbing to individuals who make you weep yourself to sleep every night.
Stop falling for people who are too immature to take responsibility for their errors.
Changing Self-Sabotage Into Self Mastery
For centuries, the mountain has been utilized as a metaphor for the big difficulties we deal with, specifically ones that seem difficult to get rid of. To scale our mountains, we really need to do the deep internal work of excavating injury, building strength, and changing how we show up for the climb. In the end, it is not the mountain we master, but ourselves.