"We cannot change anything unless we accept it." Carl Jung
These valuable advices are from internet from wise peaple, they can help you to live healthy and successful life.
Along with the hard work of accepting past events, you must also accept yourself, both as you are now and as you were. You can change what you are but you cannot change what you were.
The message is not that you should have no feelings for past problems. Having feelings is part of being human-they are natural and normal. However, it is best when they are in keeping with the event, and not all out of proportion.
Anyone can be smart but not everybody can be wise.
Can we combine monogamy with living on the edge?
We can learn to combine the elements of each. To become more happy and loved, loving and lovable at the same time. It's possible. Monogamy is about love while living on the edge is about excitement, desire, passion.
Living on the edge
Living on the edge, is the opposite of monogamy, it's the contrast, the rebellion, variety, instability, the constant change, or search, it's taking the route less taken, less common, it's the risky ride on highway, it's born to be wild, it's aloneness or loneliness itself, it's more "me than we", it's the self, it's the travel, never settling down, it's to be on go, it's now, the present, the adventure, the latitude, the pure vision on a cloudy day.
Welcome the February month
"The beautiful you" attracts "the beautiful them"
Don't postpone your happiness to future, it may never come. Live here and now.