9.4.12 at 13:02.
I dare you to find a flaw in this video?
Sure, there are some people who believe that life is about compromising, about finding the middle ground between two extremes. I myself, believe this to a certain extent, predominately in regards to work relations.
In regards to love, why should you have to change who you are in order for someone to want to be with you? Why would you want to?
Seems a bit contradictory, doesn't it?!? Seriously, think about it for a minute. If you weren't who you were, would your partner have wanted to be with you in the first place.
I will admit that relationships are essentially nothing more than a push and pull between two entities seeking to build something greater together. What I won't do is concede to the notion that the uniqueness, awesomeness, imperfection, and beauty in each of us is a probationary condition until someone comes along and wants to be a part of your life.
You are who you are before you decide to find a mate...that's the person you should accept and nurture. She's the one who will always be there for you. Should one choose to compromise then let it be a decision that you make for yourself, don't change because another thinks it would be better for your potential relationship.
Fall in love with yourself,