50 Timeless Pieces Of Advice About Love & Relationships

Accuracy: 98% IMO

Thought Catalog

Found on AskReddit.

1.

Don’t stay with someone who antagonizes you or belittles you.

2.

If you feel lonely, you’re better off being alone.

3.

Know when to walk away.

4.

You can gauge a person’s love for you by how they treat you when they are upset with you.

5.

Love is a verb, not a noun.

6.

When a lightbulb goes out, you fix the lightbulb. You don’t get a new house.

7.

Don’t settle for someone who has zero regard for your feelings or wants just because you’ve been together a long time.

8.

Just because you love each other does not mean that you’re good together long-term.

9.

No relationship is perfect and there will be conflict. What matters is the desire to solve the problem.

10.

Always fight the problem, not the other person. If you keep this in mind when arguing, you’ll be…

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Of Being 16, On Friends, On Books

While I was scanning for clothes at some store, a group of teens went inside. After a while I heard someone say, “Wow! Muka ka nang Dauntless!” (Wow! You now look like a Dauntless!”) My ears stinged, not out of jealousy for the Dauntless look (Refer to Divergent) but most likely out of curiosity. “Grabe kamuka mo na si Tris!” (“You look like Tris!”)

I don’t know what I felt- a mixture of hope, curiosity and competition, but back when I was 16 I was reading Romeo and Juliet for the feels of it and none of my girl friends fan girl with me.

Good to know some kids read decent literature these days. I see some hope for this generation.

Shakes My Head

While I was in a commuter van bound for work, this guy was tugging the left side of my chest trying to hook whatever article of clothing lying underneath my office blouse.

I took a good long look at this face for recognition and sensing my cognizance of his lasciviousness, he poised himself and folded his hands at his lap.

I was tempted to make a scene there, but I digressed. Instead, I took my phone, made sure he was looking real good at it while I type,

“The Human Centipede? Was inspired from trying to figure out a punishment for child molesters. Maganda din siguro sa mga rapists.”

Stoic as he was, he continued breathing normally beside me.

As for me, I crossed my arms and found a sitting position wherein he can’t touch me and when one passenger alighted I fenced my bag between him and I and glared at him for a minute.

Because unless you EXPRESSLY say or act that YOU DONT WANT THAT, the creep will continue whatever he’s doing thinking, “hey she’s okay with it”.

Please do not let fear, pride, intimidation run through your head at times like this! Call him (or her) out and make a scene. Because you will regret it if you did not fend for youself.

PS (Hindi maliit na bagay ang “tyansing”)

Some Habits of Happy Couples | PositiveMed

I was browsing through positivemed from Lemon Water Benefits to How To Prevent Your Boobs Sagging (it’s interesting), I stumbled upon this:

Some Habits of Happy Couples

Funny thing about it is that a single remarkable line struck me like lightning. “Its not only about approaching the other, but being approachable as well, trying consciously not to build walls.

Well that is one thing I am good at and terribly failed my relationships. (Sorry guys :s) I think the only people I am truly open to are my parents, my best friend, and a close knit HS friend. I have always been grateful for them but when I think about it now, I am responsible for keeping them “happy” too. The relationship we have takes conscious effort to keep them happy.

Well, I should engrave this to my mind when the good guy comes around. ♥

 

 

 

 

Kawasaki Flower Origami

Kawasaki Rose Origami

Before I proceed, this is not a tutorial on how to make this origami rose/ flower.

 

Much to my regret, and no matter how many times I try to make ANY decent origami, no amount of (lazy) practice can make my hand produce such kind of handiwork. My office-mate has been giving me this origami rose. At first I thought this was an ordinary paper-fold, but then he told me to “blow” on it and EUREKA! What a gem! It swirls as you blow on it. I can’t believe just how amazing this origami is. I keep them on a box to protect them from flattening. Once they’ve flatten, they can’t swirl no matter how hard you blow on them. When I feel bad I just stare at them swirling and somehow everything goes calm inside. I had to learn this for myself.