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🖋Steven Bartlett
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  • To have a great relationship with someone else, sometimes you have to work on the relationship you have your yourself first. If you’re emotionally insecure, if you’re financial unstable, if you’re unfulfilled and unhappy then you are in need of something and thinking that one person can and should fulfill all of your needs, is dangerous and a tragically short-term way to think. The pressure that level of dependency will put on a relationship is both unfair and unsustainable. 
You will suffocate your partners independence and it's important to remember that needing a person too much comes from fear and insecurity, not from love, Because no matter how hard you search or how much you swipe, there is no type of love that can permanently fill the void in a person who does not love themselves already. There is no independence in dependency and the is no security in attaching yourself to a secure person. 
If you’re unhealthily dependent on someone you risk completely sacrificing your own sense of identify, and your self-worth will quickly become reliant on that relationship.
Studies show that relationships where one partner is dependent on the other result in higher risks of depression, stress and conflict. Studies show that a dependent partner is more likely to tolerate an abusive relationship, and studies also show that when that relationship ends the feeling of grief that the dependent person can experiences, can be so overwhelming that they have a greater risk of falling into depression. 
We’re all jigsaw puzzles with missing parts. And you can find some of those missing pieces in close friends, in family, in your passions and in self, but It will never be one person’s responsibility to complete you.
MAYBE YOU DON’T NEED ANYONE, MAYBE YOU JUST NEED A BETTER RELATIONSHIP WITH YOU... let me know your thoughts below & tag someone that needs this 👇🏽👇🏽👇🏽 Replying to everyone’s comments as always ❤️
  • To have a great relationship with someone else, sometimes you have to work on the relationship you have your yourself first. If you’re emotionally insecure, if you’re financial unstable, if you’re unfulfilled and unhappy then you are in need of something and thinking that one person can and should fulfill all of your needs, is dangerous and a tragically short-term way to think. The pressure that level of dependency will put on a relationship is both unfair and unsustainable.
    You will suffocate your partners independence and it's important to remember that needing a person too much comes from fear and insecurity, not from love, Because no matter how hard you search or how much you swipe, there is no type of love that can permanently fill the void in a person who does not love themselves already. There is no independence in dependency and the is no security in attaching yourself to a secure person.
    If you’re unhealthily dependent on someone you risk completely sacrificing your own sense of identify, and your self-worth will quickly become reliant on that relationship.
    Studies show that relationships where one partner is dependent on the other result in higher risks of depression, stress and conflict. Studies show that a dependent partner is more likely to tolerate an abusive relationship, and studies also show that when that relationship ends the feeling of grief that the dependent person can experiences, can be so overwhelming that they have a greater risk of falling into depression.
    We’re all jigsaw puzzles with missing parts. And you can find some of those missing pieces in close friends, in family, in your passions and in self, but It will never be one person’s responsibility to complete you.
    MAYBE YOU DON’T NEED ANYONE, MAYBE YOU JUST NEED A BETTER RELATIONSHIP WITH YOU... let me know your thoughts below & tag someone that needs this 👇🏽👇🏽👇🏽 Replying to everyone’s comments as always ❤️
  •  28,939  754  23 hours ago
  • WE ARE ALL GUILTY 🚨someone came up to me yesterday at an event and they said to me, that since they’ve started pursuing their passions and being themselves more, they’ve started to encounter resistance from someone close to them. Her question to me was “how do I deal with them?”. My answer: Once you’ve made it clear what you want and who you are, you have absolutely no obligation to fix the faults and issues in those around you that are causing them to want something less for you - stop believing that you have a responsibility to FIX other peoples faults... stop believing that their happiness and approval is your responsibility, that is absolutely their responsibility, it does not concern you, the only responsibility you have is a responsibility to protect your standard, your needs and your well-being. The same rational applies to your work, your relationships and you life generally. Spending your life trying to fix every toxic person and situation will come at the cost of your own happiness - and for the most part, it’s an impossible task. Self-protection, non-negotiable standards and learning to put yourself first for a change might just be the answer for you. A sudden move in this direction will cost you some of your current comfort, but it will earn you greater future happiness. Agree? Talk to me in the comments and let me know what this post means to you and any additional thoughts... if you see someone in the comments that needs advice, give them your thoughts. Replying to everyone 👇🏽👇🏽👇🏽
  • WE ARE ALL GUILTY 🚨someone came up to me yesterday at an event and they said to me, that since they’ve started pursuing their passions and being themselves more, they’ve started to encounter resistance from someone close to them. Her question to me was “how do I deal with them?”. My answer: Once you’ve made it clear what you want and who you are, you have absolutely no obligation to fix the faults and issues in those around you that are causing them to want something less for you - stop believing that you have a responsibility to FIX other peoples faults... stop believing that their happiness and approval is your responsibility, that is absolutely their responsibility, it does not concern you, the only responsibility you have is a responsibility to protect your standard, your needs and your well-being. The same rational applies to your work, your relationships and you life generally. Spending your life trying to fix every toxic person and situation will come at the cost of your own happiness - and for the most part, it’s an impossible task. Self-protection, non-negotiable standards and learning to put yourself first for a change might just be the answer for you. A sudden move in this direction will cost you some of your current comfort, but it will earn you greater future happiness. Agree? Talk to me in the comments and let me know what this post means to you and any additional thoughts... if you see someone in the comments that needs advice, give them your thoughts. Replying to everyone 👇🏽👇🏽👇🏽
  •  23,685  725  13 June, 2019
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  • HONESTY is a long term game. Being honest isn't always easy, otherwise we'd all do it all the time, but for a variety of factors, sometimes, we all choose to dial back how we really feel. When it comes to what you want, it’s so unbelievably important to be honest with your friends, family, colleagues and partner. If you choose not to be honest about what you want, at best you will be misunderstood by the people that matter the most and at worst you will end up in a position that is far from what you desire. Being honest might cost you something, but the truth is, it will likely cost you something you don’t want anyway. The resistant and pain you might feel from being honest is a corrective shift, that shift puts you at the start of the path of what you do want. Don’t mourn the loss of something you didn’t want anyway, that was comfort and safety, not fulfilment and happiness. Have faith, strength and patience, and I promise you your new path will get you there ❤️❤️❤️ Let me know your thoughts and experiences with this. Has honesty or dishonesty ever helped or hurt you? I’ll be replying and reading your comments as always... if you see someone in the comments with a problem, please do offer some advice and support (I love seeing that) 👇🏽👇🏽👇🏽
  • HONESTY is a long term game. Being honest isn't always easy, otherwise we'd all do it all the time, but for a variety of factors, sometimes, we all choose to dial back how we really feel. When it comes to what you want, it’s so unbelievably important to be honest with your friends, family, colleagues and partner. If you choose not to be honest about what you want, at best you will be misunderstood by the people that matter the most and at worst you will end up in a position that is far from what you desire. Being honest might cost you something, but the truth is, it will likely cost you something you don’t want anyway. The resistant and pain you might feel from being honest is a corrective shift, that shift puts you at the start of the path of what you do want. Don’t mourn the loss of something you didn’t want anyway, that was comfort and safety, not fulfilment and happiness. Have faith, strength and patience, and I promise you your new path will get you there ❤️❤️❤️ Let me know your thoughts and experiences with this. Has honesty or dishonesty ever helped or hurt you? I’ll be replying and reading your comments as always... if you see someone in the comments with a problem, please do offer some advice and support (I love seeing that) 👇🏽👇🏽👇🏽
  •  27,709  447  9 June, 2019
  • READ 👉🏽👉🏽👉🏽 “you’ve changed” is typically considered an insult, it’s usually said by people that don’t want you to change, or who might fear that the “new” version of you, may not want to associate with the same old version of them, it’s typically a way to get you to stop changing, to fall back in line and to remain as you are. Behind all of that controlling sentiment lives one of the biggest compliments you can receive. Change often represents levelling up, demanding more from life, relationships, people and your career. Change can mean making brave decisions that a previous version of you, might not have had the courage to make, change can mean focus, clarity of mind and progress. I know I’ve changed, I’ve been trying to change, I’ve been trying to improve and optimise myself to be happier, more present, more focused on things that matter, to spend more quality time with quality people and to release more of my potential from behind other people’s opinions... I have changed, and I’m hoping to change even more in the future! Have you changed? ❤️ Talk to me in the comments, have you undergone a personal transition / change, did you lose people? Was it unwelcome? What are you focusing on changing in the future? I’ll reply to all of your thoughts xx
  • READ 👉🏽👉🏽👉🏽 “you’ve changed” is typically considered an insult, it’s usually said by people that don’t want you to change, or who might fear that the “new” version of you, may not want to associate with the same old version of them, it’s typically a way to get you to stop changing, to fall back in line and to remain as you are. Behind all of that controlling sentiment lives one of the biggest compliments you can receive. Change often represents levelling up, demanding more from life, relationships, people and your career. Change can mean making brave decisions that a previous version of you, might not have had the courage to make, change can mean focus, clarity of mind and progress. I know I’ve changed, I’ve been trying to change, I’ve been trying to improve and optimise myself to be happier, more present, more focused on things that matter, to spend more quality time with quality people and to release more of my potential from behind other people’s opinions... I have changed, and I’m hoping to change even more in the future! Have you changed? ❤️ Talk to me in the comments, have you undergone a personal transition / change, did you lose people? Was it unwelcome? What are you focusing on changing in the future? I’ll reply to all of your thoughts xx
  •  38,090  658  7 June, 2019
  •  10,509  397  4 June, 2019
  • The older you get, the more you realise that the phrase “quality over quantity” applies to the people you associate with, call your friends, love and work with more than any other part of your life. The invisible influence good people can have on your life can be transformative, the invisible impact negative people can have on your life can be devastating. I would rather have 3 people around me that are loyal, supportive and that understand me, than 100 people who don’t, or that pretend to. Quality over quantity. Let me hear your stories, have you lost good people and regretted it? Have you cut out bad influences and felt the benefit? Let me know below 👇🏽👇🏽👇🏽
  • The older you get, the more you realise that the phrase “quality over quantity” applies to the people you associate with, call your friends, love and work with more than any other part of your life. The invisible influence good people can have on your life can be transformative, the invisible impact negative people can have on your life can be devastating. I would rather have 3 people around me that are loyal, supportive and that understand me, than 100 people who don’t, or that pretend to. Quality over quantity. Let me hear your stories, have you lost good people and regretted it? Have you cut out bad influences and felt the benefit? Let me know below 👇🏽👇🏽👇🏽
  •  39,296  888  2 June, 2019
  •  13,602  630  31 May, 2019
  • Who f*cking made all these stupid rules?!!! Honestly, 95% of my DM’s are from people who are anxious, worried and overthinking, because they are falling behind on societies timeline of who they’re meant to be by now. These societal timelines serve to make to rush you, to cause short-term decision making and to make you unhappy. Take your time. Patience. Stop comparing yourself to strangers, friends and family. You are different, we all are, and there can be no societal timeline for meeting the *RIGHT* person, self development or finding the right career. Give yourself a break! ❤️❤️❤️ let me know yourself, please share your stories and help and reply to others who do too? I’ll be replying to your comments below 👇🏽👇🏽👇🏽
  • Who f*cking made all these stupid rules?!!! Honestly, 95% of my DM’s are from people who are anxious, worried and overthinking, because they are falling behind on societies timeline of who they’re meant to be by now. These societal timelines serve to make to rush you, to cause short-term decision making and to make you unhappy. Take your time. Patience. Stop comparing yourself to strangers, friends and family. You are different, we all are, and there can be no societal timeline for meeting the *RIGHT* person, self development or finding the right career. Give yourself a break! ❤️❤️❤️ let me know yourself, please share your stories and help and reply to others who do too? I’ll be replying to your comments below 👇🏽👇🏽👇🏽
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