Heartbreak is inevitable, but it will teach you things that will be very valuable in weeding out the good partner for you.
You will also begin to understand and see your own worth.
Doing so is the first step to having a happy and healthy relationship.
Remember that the most important and powerful relationship is with yourself.
After all, you are no longer the same person you were when you were younger.
The experiences you encountered in life changes you. You will learn what your likes and dislikes are in a man or a woman, perhaps after having a few romantic relationships of your own.
There are more major changes that will come your way, which will lead to a very different experience.
Your preferences would be a lot different when you are in your twenties compared to when you are already in your late thirties.While your dating trajectory may not have taken you where you initially imagined in your younger years, it undoubtedly took you on a journey of learning about who you are and who you are looking for. is a Clinical Psychologist who specializes in the area of awakened dating and healthy relationships.Reframing how you view the typically-shorter dating duration will you give you a new, more mature perspective on how dating has changed—because you have. She is the founder of Center for Shared Insight, a private psychotherapy practice in Denver where she and her clients focus on Individual Relationship Therapy. Hick’s expertise lies in helping individuals create healthy, meaningful, and loving relationships with others through healing, strengthening and transforming their most essential relationship, with themselves.If you do not love “you” in a healthy way, it would be hard for you to have healthy relationships.If you do not value yourself, then it would be too hard for you to walk away when others are already mistreating you.