Relationships are a privilege 

The norm seems to still be active for graduating college, getting a job, marrying, and having children. I have talked to a many women who married under the age of 25 and sadly many regret it. Why? They did it too young. They didn’t know who they were or what they needed. When you don’t know who you are you don’t have a clear understanding on what you’re entitled to. So many women settle for careers they don’t love, have kids that occupy even more time from finding out who they are, and care and love the man they have chosen prematurely.
It is so disheartening to see women in their late 40s and 50s not knowing who they are. They haven’t had the chance to live alone or find their purpose because their lives are so compartmentalized in meeting the needs of others. They seek unhealthy approval from their husbands or children.
A relationship consists of 2 whole people operating at their full capacity. They each know who they are and what they bring to the table. If that is not understood, one becomes more of a burden than a blessing.
Why give pieces of who you are and not your entirety? This does not imply you will not continue to evolve. It just means you have a solid foundation to grow from. This is applicable to what men deserve as well. I encourage you to find yourself. Find your purpose. Work on you. Cultivate you. Master being a man or woman. Don’t seek validation from another person because their criticism will kill you spiritually. A Privilege is a special right, an immunity, as is a solid relationship.

By britney

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