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How do you know when it’s time to drop someone out of your life?

real-fouzWe get so caught up in trying to figure out what exactly makes us happy. We look for stability, love and security in things that often be very random, or a hobby, and sometimes we plant our happiness seeds in people. In my opinion, it is one of the most dangerous thing to do, only because there’s a thin line between finding your true happiness or going through a true disappointment. The healthiest thing to do to find your happiness is to truly achieve something for yourself.

It’s not possible for someone to find happiness, even if they found the right partner if they haven’t experienced happiness by themselves or by making their own dreams and goals a reality.

We go through ups and downs in our life, when we’re going up we pick people up with us and when we’re going down we drop people off and that’s the journey with many relationships and friendships. A relationship (whatever sort of relationship it was) never ends, it becomes complete. Sometimes that is all you can do for a person, nothing more can be done to achieve happiness or to be at a certain point with them.

You have to search for what makes you happy and feel some sort of fulfilment and achievement to experience happiness within yourself to share it with someone else.

These things can be anything, educational, personal, a shift in career or position or family goals. Whatever the situation is, happiness comes from within and never allow someone else to make you feel that way. Nowadays, people can be extremely manipulative, empty and inhuman.

Many relationships are built from a foundation made out of benefits. People started loosing the feeling to genuinely love and care for another human being. Friends drop other friends due to success, family members become back stabbers as a result of envy, people start becoming brutal because monetary goals. So many things make people become more antisocial and careful to who they are friends with, become partners with and even marriages have became for much more difficult.

Break-ups and divorces have alarmingly skyrocketed over recent years that it makes anyone with any kind of insecurities even more insecure and fear the idea of commitment in any sort. All of this brings us to our topic for this article, when do you know it’s time to cut someone out of your life? I’ve had to ask myself this question a bunch of times, and I’ve noticed that it’s always the same reasons. I’m a very understanding person, I’m also extremely realistic that people start to think I’m rude or cold at times.

I hate lying to myself and giving other people excuses for their own behaviour. I dont cut people off right away, I always trust and respect people one hundred percent until they give me a reason not to. When people around you aren’t productive, nor helping you to grow and mature in any aspect of your life then you are hanging around the wrong people. You need to be with people who motivate you and make you want to be a better version of yourself.

People who have your best interest at heart want to see you grow and become successful with anything that you do, they encourage you to make the right decisions and aren’t afraid to tell it how it is.

Keep in mind, there’s a thin line between being honest and putting someone down. You see life in a whole different perspective when you’re around positive, successful and genuine people. They tend to pick you up instead of bring you down. Your vibe is your tribe.

Attract what’s good for you and the people you care for and you will never go a day regretting something you did, even if you failed at it. Drop anything that makes you unhappy and seek inner happiness, to achieve happiness in you life as a whole.

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This article was published on 29/04/2015