Can you think of a close relationship in your life where conflict didn’t exist? I can’t. Relationships are complex. Regardless of how healthy or happy you feel right now, disagreements are bound to occur.
Good and bad things happen all the time, especially in marriages, relationships, friendships, and professional relationships.
But adversity can be conquered.
We exist within the laws of Ying and Yang. Nothing is certain the world as we know it is ever-changing. Moments are fleeing, feelings are changing, humans are growing.
Since good and bad are given conditions to our existence, the best way to overcome any adversity is by facing the truth and embracing the temporary chaos.
As humans, we tend to act impulsively and let temporary emotions cloud our better judgment.
One thing leads another, and you find yourself standing on the opposite side of their heart. Instead of meeting halfway, you rather let your pride overpower the love for one another.
Nobody wants to apologize, nobody wants to see both sides. Nobody is willing to cut through the noise and find common ground.
Are we all just children at heart, playing grown ups?
We naturally get mad over little things that sting our ego. Things that don’t matter, and eventually it changes us. We all have a right to feel and express our emotions, but at some point when you start getting mad over every little thing that bothers you, the negative will blind and consume you. You won’t see anything but bad outcomes.
If life is chaotic, why do we spend so much time running from the chaos? If love is pain why do we run when things get hard? Pain and chaos are inevitable.
You need to hold your head high, when the world around comes falling down. You can’t escape yourself.
Learn to embrace life as it is rather than running from yourself when things get hard. You need to let yourself fall, let yourself hurt, let yourself love and be loved, and to allow yourself to rise from the fall.
Instead of running from the darkness, learn to embrace the good and bad parts.