Repost from @markmanson • Well, what are you willing to struggle for? Tag someone who needs to hear this today.
Repost from @psych_today • Have you ever felt like someone—maybe you—was just going through the motions of apologizing without truly meaning it? "If you care about a person and you want to hold on to the relationship, you probably want to be sure about the person’s sincerity," writes psychologist Molly Howes, Ph.D. Howes highlights some of the ways an apology can go wrong, as well as key elements of a convincing apology. To read more, click the link in our bio. #psychology #relationships #Friends #apologize #sorry #forgiveness
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Repost from @markmanson • You cannot control your pain. But you can control how you think about your pain. You can control whether you believe your pain is insurmountable or whether it’s a trifle. You can control whether you think you will never recover and be the same again, or whether you think you will bounce back just fine.
Repost from @markmanson • Who remembers Jimmy?
Repost from @psych_today • Some friends are there for us for a lifetime. Others may drift away as we enter new phases in our lives. PT contributor Sarah Epstein (@_sarahepstein) writes: "Sometimes, holding onto a relationship that you’ve outgrown can be more painful, exhausting, and frustrating than mourning the loss and letting the person go." Here are some signs, according to Epstein, that it may be time to move on. Click the link in our bio to read more. #psychology #relationships #Friends #friendship #lettinggo #whattodo
Repost from @markmanson • Change is not intellectualized, but lived.
Repost from @markmanson • Choose your fucks wisely, my friends.