Starting a new relationship can be filled with romantic dates, chocolates and roses. And though we as humans will experience something so magical, we at times, can forget the impact of our hidden flaws.
These flaws can stem from just about anything: personal appearance, knowledge, to what people think- to even some of the most obvious reasons.
Whether or not your previous relationship left you feeling uncertain, uneasy, or doubtful about the next; you have got to remember before entering a relationship, to leave all baggage at the back door.
Why is this so important?
A relationship is like an agreement: nourished with passion, lust, and solidified by trust. If you enter that agreement with doubts, then you will never be fully satisfied, and will never be able to make the most out of your deal.
Baggage, as we know it, can come in all forms. But despite your insecurities, you’ve got to be able to take control and not let it consume your thoughts. In doing so, you’ll be able to breathe effortlessly and enjoy the benefits from not only your other half, but from yourself.
And for those who choose not to take this advice, ask yourself this: “Why enter a relationship with the expectations of failing?”