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How To Finally Live A Worry Free Life And Stop The “What If” Cycle

Let me tell you a story . . .

Once upon a time, a regular man and a regular woman met.

At first, she was just another girl and he was just another guy. But, the more they got to know each other, the more they began to grow fond of each other . . . and the more time they spent with each other, the more that fondness grew into a deep emotional attachment and care for each other.

Not surprisingly, they became great friends and in some way, they brought out the best in each other.

But something unexpected happened.

Somehow both the man and the woman got so immersed with the hustle and bustle of their daily lives to the point that they became somewhat distant.

Every now and then they would still call each other up and say things like “Let’s catch up I miss you ” and “You’re so important to me”. . . but they were never able to properly catch-up because something always seemed to come up.

Weeks and months went by and the unthinkable happened.

They gradually and eventually lost contact.

They still missed each other and thought about each other occasionally, but they both also realised that too much time had passed so they can never go back to the way things were.

Years went by, one day the man went out to do some shopping, and she happens to be walking down the same shopping centre on her to way to pay some bills. By chance they passed each other . . .

They both looked at each other and suddenly old memories started rushing back. Unfortunately too many years have passed so they ended up just smiling at each other and then continued to walk their separate ways.

THE END

Sad, huh?

Does this sound familiar?

Now, let’s talk about this sad story.

This is no imaginary tale, I’m talking about a story that a lot of people can relate to. A story that is classic because a lot of people can identify with it.

In this specific situation, I think there is a solution. And it lies in the understanding that you should never burn the bridge on anyone.

Here are some facts of life:

In your life, you meet several people.

Some you quite possibly might never see again.

Some you might wonder whatever happened to them.

There are also some that you wonder if they ever miss you.

And then there are some you wish you never had to miss again, but you do . . .

Therefore . . .

The moral of the story is to stop expecting the other person to make the first move, lower down your pride and start being proactive.

If you feel like the water is running dry, then pick up the phone and get things rolling again.

If you feel like you’re both starting to drift away from each other, don’t just stand around and let it happen. Do something! Don’t wait till it’s too late otherwise you’ll spend the rest of your life wondering what might have been.

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