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What is the biggest lesson you learned from your past failed relationships?

The biggest lessons I have learned from past relationships is the role of self-love. Going into a partnership with someone and expecting them to be your pillar without knowing and appreciating who you are first can lead to trust issues and over-dependancy. It is not possible to genuinely love someone else if you don’t love yourself in the first place.

Another major lesson many people learn too late is effective and clear communication which involves empathy, active listening, and free expression of emotions. Developing this early on in the relationship makes resolving future conflict way easier. A break-up reminds you how important you are and being transparent and honest, even when it may cause friction, is the best often the best policy.

Failed relationships offer you space and time to look beyond the heartache and identify the mistakes you made. Being single gives you an opportunity to let go of the past and move on. This always involves forgiving yourself and the other person regardless of who was on the wrong. Although the process can take a lot of time and effort, it is a necessary step in your healing process.

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