2. Hearts are broken, but not destroyed.
If you put yourself out there, you will, inevitably, at some point or another, have your heart broken. It will hurt. You will grieve and you will become angry and your pride will take a beating. But some day, both slowly and seemingly all of a sudden, the pain will stop, and you will love and be loved again.
5. There is no such thing as “The One.”
You may indeed find the one person who is willing and able to grow with and alongside you through the years, through challenges and joys and losses and quiet. Or you may not. You may, instead, find many “Ones” to love and be loved by. Don’t sweat it.
8. Love will not solve relationship problems.
You need more than love to pull through tough times. You’re going to need to cultivate patience, empathy, and the ability to know when to concede. And, sometimes, things become broken beyond repair, despite your best intentions. Don’t attempt to put a salve on a broken limb — move on.
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