Let’s take a look at relationships.

posted Nov 12, 2015, 8:08 AM by David Alan Binder   [ updated May 16, 2016, 6:52 AM ]

Let’s take a look at relationships.

Relationships are the basis of life, therefore life is relationships.  From the time you are born you are developing relationships for your life and to sustain you.  As a child you are not choosing your relationships so much as they are choosing you; however, as you grow older you have more control and are doing more and more choosing.

I know you cannot choose your family; however, you can and do set your own boundaries and sometimes there may be a family member that you have to cut off or let go since they have violated your boundaries.  That is their loss not yours.  You are wonderful and for them to cross that boundary is their mistake.  Live your life on your own terms.

The rest of your relationships such as your close friends, your acquaintances, your associates, your work and your boss are all chosen by you and of course, your significant other.   You decide if they are right for you or if you are already in a relationship you are right now evaluating and determining if that relationship(s) is sustainable, supportive, detrimental, manipulative, or exactly what it is and if it is worthwhile to you.

There is a saying:  “Love wasn't put in your heart to stay. Love isn't love until you give it away.”

Michael W. Smith from: http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/quotes/m/michaelws170991.html

So relationships can be transactional where you look at what you are getting out of it versus what you are giving and it becomes like a business transaction.  Or relationships can be, you come to them to give and they in turn give back.  You decide and if you’ve been burnt then you may have to be more transactional in order to ensure you have not dealing with a taker.

My approach is that I am looking to give you something, Dear Writers, and you will give back to me in the form of how I am building my business and my passion.

 

Let’s form a relationship, Dear Writers.

Let’s optimize your chances for being published while avoiding the publisher’s trash bin.

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Let’s take a look at relationships.

Relationships are the basis of life.  From the time you are born you are developing relationships for your life and to sustain you.  As a child you are not choosing your relationships so much as they are choosing you; however, as you grow older you have more control and are doing more and more choosing.

I know you cannot choose your family; however, you can and do set your own boundaries and sometimes there may be a family member that you have to cut off or let go since they have violated your boundaries.  That is their loss not yours.  You are wonderful and for them to cross that boundary is their mistake.  Live your life on your own terms.

The rest of your relationships such as your close friends, your acquaintances, your associates, your work and your boss are all chosen by you and of course, your significant other.   You decide if they are right for you or if you are already in a relationship you are right now evaluating and determining if that relationship(s) is sustainable, supportive, detrimental, manipulative, or exactly what it is and if it is worthwhile to you.

There is a saying:  “Love wasn't put in your heart to stay. Love isn't love until you give it away.”

Michael W. Smith from: http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/quotes/m/michaelws170991.html

So relationships can be transactional where you look at what you are getting out of it versus what you are giving and it becomes like a business transaction.  Or relationships can be, you come to them to give and they in turn give back.  You decide and if you’ve been burnt then you may have to be more transactional in order to ensure you have not dealing with a taker.

My approach is that I am looking to give you something, Dear Writers, and you will give back to me in the form of how I am building my business and my passion.

 

Let’s form a relationship, Dear Writers.

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Relationships are the basis of life.  From the time you are born you are developing relationships for your life and to sustain you.  As a child you are not choosing your relationships so much as they are choosing you; however, as you grow older you have more control and are doing more and more choosing.

I know you cannot choose your family; however, you can and do set your own boundaries and sometimes there may be a family member that you have to cut off or let go since they have violated your boundaries.  That is their loss not yours.  You are wonderful and for them to cross that boundary is their mistake.  Live your life on your own terms.

The rest of your relationships such as your close friends, your acquaintances, your associates, your work and your boss are all chosen by you and of course, your significant other.   You decide if they are right for you or if you are already in a relationship you are right now evaluating and determining if that relationship(s) is sustainable, supportive, detrimental, manipulative, or exactly what it is and if it is worthwhile to you.

There is a saying:  “Love wasn't put in your heart to stay. Love isn't love until you give it away.”

Michael W. Smith from: http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/quotes/m/michaelws170991.html

So relationships can be transactional where you look at what you are getting out of it versus what you are giving and it becomes like a business transaction.  Or relationships can be, you come to them to give and they in turn give back.  You decide and if you’ve been burnt then you may have to be more transactional in order to ensure you have not dealing with a taker.

My approach is that I am looking to give you something, Dear Writers, and you will give back to me in the form of how I am building my business and my passion.

 

Let’s form a relationship, Dear Writers.

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