How To Grow From Your Mistakes
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Today, we’ve got more pearls of wisdom for you all. That’s right, another public (but very personal) message from JustKiddingFilms’ narrator, Kevin Chan. You love his dancing and you love his voice, so there’s no doubt you’ll love what he has to say.
What’s the best relationship advice you can give someone?
Kevin: My relationship advice would be… (and this can be used towards both romantic relationships and friendships) honesty and truthfulness. I don’t believe that a healthy relationship can function without these two things. I feel that they are crucial for a healthy and strong relationship between two people.
Let me ramble for a bit. I think that a relationship is just like driving a car. ANYONE can tell you how to drive a car, but you will never know how it feels to really drive a car unless you’re behind the wheel. When you’re behind the wheel, you gain experience. When you gain experience, you know what works for you and what doesn’t. This is exactly what a relationship is like. ANYONE can tell you how to run, maintain, and create a relationship, but you will never know unless you make the mistakes yourself. With that said, I think that each relationship is different, just like how each person is unique and different. You will never have two of the SAME relationships or friendships. So anybody can give you generic advice about a relationship, but since each one is different, you will only know what works for you! I think that what REALLY helps create a strong bond in a relationship is how the two individuals come out after an argument or a disagreement. If both sides are mature enough and can have an understanding of how the other person feels without holding a grudge against each other, I feel as if that is what can really create a strong, working relationship.
If it helps at all, you can take a look at this picture and take what you will from it
I think I’m better at giving advice in person… Sorry if none of this helps or makes any sense. haha >.<”
There you have it. You can sit here and read these pearls of wisdom all you want, but you should really actually go out there and put them to use. Like always, let it soak in and really understand it. Then go share it with your friends. Cause sharing is caring. Appreciate and peace!
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