Interesting people share knowledge, experiences and good energy. Unlike self-centered people, interesting people don’t insist: they offer.
They offer quality time. They don’t require minutes from your watch or days from your calendar. They just arrive at the perfect time in your life and stay in it too. They don’t look for undivided attention, they simply grab it and don’t feel your other relationships are a threat to them. They feel happy knowing that there are people you trust, and they share their happiness with you too.
The biggest difference between these two types of people is pretty clear. Not only do interesting people claim to be caring, they really show it, too. They are the ones who, even in times of trouble, choose to stay. Those who, with even a small glance, recognize your happiness or discomfort.
People who are not self-centered also do not create gaps or judge us. They do not wear out of envy. They forgive and accept our imperfections.
Our world is full of interesting people, but also self-centered can fit into the crowd. Many want to chat, but many also want to listen. Others criticize while others understand…
When someone brings out your best, you know he or she is part of your life. If being with someone makes you a better person, it shows that that person has to stay still in your life. Special connections and knowledge of becoming loved are full of magic.
When we surround ourselves with interesting people, life becomes a little less heavier. The road becomes a little more enjoyable.
Self-centered people cause harm in interpersonal relationships with their poor choices and conflicting feelings. They do it quickly in an indifferent way that leaves our taste buds to taste the bitter taste. A taste that we must replace by all means. It’s about renewing the senses, drowning out pain, breaking right, releasing expectations, and embracing reality.
Expectations bring disappointment
There are people who disappoint us and people we disappoint. This is inevitable. It is important to understand that human relationships and our perceptions of them will never change.
Therefore, to overcome disappointments, we need to get rid of expectations and let relationships flow. When we stop creating these barriers for ourselves, we realize that everything is much simpler. We can stop carrying heavy stones in our backpack.
The ultimate goal is to focus our expectations on ourselves instead of others, otherwise we will open the door to fraud and abuse. Disappointment leads to a lack of trust, which in turn leads to unwanted feelings and unhealthy attitudes.
We cannot tolerate uncertainty in our relationships. Therefore, the only antidote to emotional coldness and disappointment is to work on our fears and deepest feelings in a way that our happiness does not depend on other people.
It is very difficult to live in fear that the person you love will stop loving you back. This fear is associated with uncertainty and misunderstandings.
Just because someone isn’t constantly with you or calling you doesn’t mean he or she won’t love you. It is only a confirmation of the existence of two different individuals.
On the other hand, if a person never shows concern or interest in you, then it is a real lack of respect and interest. Fortunately or unfortunately, experience is the only thing that can give us this lesson.
The best way to heal and protect from disappointment is to separate ourselves from our expectations and rigid ideas. Not everyone is good and no one is perfect. Our reaction determines how we value what could be.