If I had to pick one quality that most determines the person you’ll marry it is this –
Self-Esteem. Self-Esteem and Relationships:
When you have a low self-worth, you’ll sell yourself short to some half-smiling wit passing by and allow them to trample over you.
Scene from “The perks of being a wallflower”
Having a low self-esteem makes you vulnerable to crafty men who lure you with unrealistic praises. Ignorant & gullible women blush and giggle at obvious flattering flirtations and fall prey to guys who use them for their own benefits.
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"Hey, you've seen me, right ?
Do I even look beautiful ? "
Only yesterday, I got this message from one of my friends. As soon as I read that message, I felt truly sorry for her.
Here was a late teenage girl who wasn’t comfortable in her own skin;
If tomorrow women all over the world looked in the mirror and if they liked what they saw reflected back at them, the cosmetic companies would go bankrupt.
Guys, if a girl ever asks you that question, remember this:
She has placed her precious and invaluable Self-Worth in the power of your response and you better be careful and tread lightly. Continue reading ““Do I even look beautiful?” she asked. This is my reply.”
The 80-20 Rule-
The Pareto Principle,
commonly known as the 80-20 rule, was named after a 19th-century Italian Economist called Vilfredo Pareto.
The name comes from Pareto’s statement that,
Roughly, 80% of the Effects come from 20% of the Causes.
There are countless examples and applications to this interesting 80-20 rule
80% of the sales come from 20% of the clients,
80% of the time in a project is used up by 20% of the work,
80% of crimes are committed by 20% of the criminals.
It isn’t always a magical rule of strictly 80-20, it can be 75-25 or 85-15. We’re not interested in the mere numerals, but the point is that,
The majority of the results come from the minority of the causes.
Surprisingly, when couples complain in their relationships, they cite seemingly trivial reasons. Whining that the spouse doesn’t share the same interest in food, movies, shopping or socialization.
We are hardwired into looking at what’s missing . When this attitude overtakes all rational reasoning, the relationship goes haywire“.
This train of thought leaves you to introspect, “Why did I get into the relationship with him/her in the first place “?
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