Here are ten reasons your last failed relationship was actually a lesson, and not a failure:
It helped you realize what kind of love you truly deserve
Accepting love can be difficult sometimes. But what’s even more difficult is to realize that you actually deserve it. A failed relationship gives you an opportunity to recognize all the things your partner never gave you, and all the things you kept giving them- the ones they always failed to acknowledge or appreciate.
You deserve a person who doesn’t take everything for granted. You deserve someone who knows how to appreciate all the little things you do for them. And you deserve someone who is willing to return all the love you give them.
You learned about the things you want and the things you don’t
When you and your significant other keep failing at making each other happy, you start to realize what exactly it is that you want and what they can never give you. You felt angry in all the moments he never thanked you, and now you’ve realized that all you want is a little bit of gratitude.
You felt sad when he kept breaking all the promised he had made, and now you’ve realized that all you want is loyalty. The disappointments you faced helped you in figuring out the things you truly want, so that you would never have to face the same disappointments again.
You learned exactly what you need from someone else
A relationship can teach you the art of balancing dependability. It helps you find the line between depending on your significant other, and permitting them to depend on you, in an attempt to manage both together.
And when either one of you fails in being dependable, you learn exactly what you needed from someone else that they weren’t able to give to you. - Continue reading on next page