So when it comes to work events, weddings, and family get togethers, keep your casual person out of it. This seems like a no-brainer, but we are creatures of habit and we are generally terrible at protecting our holy spaces, and YES, if you're a young (or even young-ish) person, the bars, coffee shops, and other hangouts you frequent are indeed your holy places.
You don't have to hide these people, but you should be pretty selective about who you introduce them to and the associated situations. They are where you go with friends, or by yourself, when you need to recharge, regroup, and feel in your comfort zone, all of which are reasons why you should definitely NOT bring someone to those precious places if you don't plan on them being a serious part of your life. You're weak and bummed out, and all of your resolve to do all the things that are good for you just fall away in the face of a more primal need to seek comfortable things.
I'm not talking about completely rewiring your brain.
There's nothing wrong with having serious relationships; clearly, they are just great...
when you're ready for them, and they are actually what you want, as opposed to just being the only way you know how to relate romantically to another person.
) project that I have to embark upon with calculated intention.
Staying on the same page is pretty vital in all relationships, and dating ones are no different.
Abusive relationships are notoriously difficult (and dangerous) to escape, so naturally, the best solution would be to never enter one in the first place.
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