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60 Best Quotes About Change To Help You Embrace It (Even When It Scares You)
Change can be scary. It doesn't matter if you are going through a small change or a big one, doing something totally different than you are used to can be terrifying. But looking to things like quotes about strength and famous sayings can give you the inspiration you need to get over even your hardest obstacles. Embracing change might be exactly what you NEED, but taking those first few steps can seem almost impossible. Without the support of family and friends, as well as knowing and accepting that change might be a little foreign at first, we would be stuck in the same place forever. Many people think that change is necessary simply because someone told them it was. In fact, change should always start from within ; if you can't make yourself accept change and be willing to move forward, you will end up feeling like you have made a big mistake.
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Is that all it takes--caring really, really hard? Or is it working 70 hours a week to the exclusion of all other activities?, A close friend of mine told me a couple of weeks ago that he used to buy hay for his employer. Each month my friend would go meet an old gentleman who was a hay broker.
Shared interests and values often bring couples together, and some things like the need for romance and communication remain the same no matter how long you're hitched. But many others don't — and shouldn't. Encouraging changes in your marriage helps you adapt to each life stage with your spouse. Ignore your relationship's ebbs and flows and you risk breaking apart. Here, experts share how to conquer them as a couple.
Get the quote of the day click here. Only the wisest and stupidest of men never change. Confucius Click to tweet. To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often. Winston Churchill Click to tweet.
While I was a going through what I considered the worst divorce in history, I remember waking up every day thinking throughout the day what a horrible thing divorce was. I wondered how other people had gone through it and come out with their sanity, and not marred with cynicism about love and life. For a year, all I saw was the negative in everything, including my ex-husband, my life circumstances, and most of all myself. My husband was fighting for me to pay him alimony, I was supporting three kids on one income, my mother had sided with ex-husband, and I found out my best friend was a heroin addict. I had bills upon bills to pay, was struggling to make ends meet, and it seemed like every check I wrote bounced. I could not wrap my mind around why all of this was happening at one time, and I felt like giving up on most days because there was no good in the world. Depression came and wrapped me up, and I could not break free from seeing the worst in every situation and imagining that more of the worst would happen.