I’ve met you in 2010. 2years. Although sounds long. But it’s actually quite a short journey with you. You can be the sweetest girl in the world if you love that person. But a little devil when he never live up to your expectation. You get excited and amaze at little things. That’s when u were sweet. U act like a little girl who is so innocent. Also sometimes u like to act like a boss and show off to me. Like how you go get a glass of plain water from the bartender when I first met you at zouk. I miss the date where we went to universal studio. I really do. Well I just got to wake up. Things are never going to be the same.
Anyway, Jiayou! And study hard. Don’t play too much! Focus alright? I know u will. You are mature enough.
Gotten silver for my ippt today. Although silver is not a great achievement. But I’m contented with my results. Because I knew I did my best. :) YOU are my motivation thus far in army. You are the one I’m serving this 1year and 10mths for.
In a love relationship, it means being able to enjoy the instant gratification that comes with the romance of the moment while knowing the best is yet to be and being patient while you watch your love grow. It is knowing that by working together, the state of unconditional love will presence itself in the relationship and will mature with time. It is knowing that you grow into a love relationship. It doesn’t happen all at once. Mature love partners seek new ways to help each other grow
Maturity is the ability to stick with a project or a situation until it is finished. It means doing whatever it takes to make the relationship be one you are proud to be in. The adult who is constantly changing jobs, relationships, and friends, is in a word… immature. They cannot stick it out because they have not grown up. Everything seems to turn sour after a while.
Mature love partners have learned not to expect perfection in each other. They know that acceptance has its own reward. Each lover’s differences test the other’s capacity for acceptance, forgiveness and understanding. They never dance around issues. When necessary, they discuss their imperfections, lovingly, with care not to pass judgment with harmful words. Acceptance and tolerance hold hands in the presence of unconditional love.
Mature lovers — lovers who love unconditionally — develop a knack for side- stepping resentment and focusing on the good they see in one another. They have evolved to a higher level of understanding, one that transcends taking notice of the imperfections of the other.
Maturity is the capacity to face unpleasantness, frustration, discomfort and defeat without complaint or collapse. Mature love partners know they can’t have everything their own way. They are able to defer to circumstances, to other people - and to time, when necessary.
Mature love partners permit each other the freedom to pursue their individual interests and friends without restriction. This is when trust presents itself. Mature love allows this level of separateness to bring lovers closer together. In this scenario separateness is perceived as a bond, not a wedge. It encourages love partners to celebrate their own uniqueness.
We can come to realize that mature love equals loving yourself for being what you are, and likewise loving another person for who they are. When we can feel such unconditional no-matter-how-you-act love, we have learned what I call mature love. Mature love allows you fully to be yourself with your loved one. ~ Bruce Fisher, Ed.D.
Maturity is the ability to live up to the responsibilities of a love relationship, and this means being dependable. It means keeping your word; it means living in your relationship like your word really means something. Dependability equates with personal integrity. This means no withholds. It means saying what needs to be said, with love. Do you mean what you say? Do you say what you mean?
The world is filled with people who can’t be counted on, people who never seem to come through in the clutches, people who break promises and substitute alibis for performance. They make excuses. They show up late - or not at all. They are confused and disorganized. Their lives are a chaotic maze of unfinished business and uncommitted relationships. Oh, what a tangled web we weave.
Mature love offers us our most profound opportunity for regaining wholeness - not because our partners will fill all of our emptiness, but because we can use the embrace of a loving relationship to nurture ourselves toward greater maturation and ripening. ~ Larry A. Bugen
Maturity is the ability to make a decision and stand by it. Immature people spend their lives exploring endless possibilities and then do nothing. Action requires courage. There is no maturity without courage.
Maturity is the ability to harness your abilities and your energies and to do more than is expected in your relationships. The mature person refuses to settle for mediocrity. They would rather aim high and miss the mark than aim low and hit it.
I’m writing to you as a form of surprise & encouragement for you! I know that you are going through countless of hardship & I’m guessing that it might be getting harder as you go along.
But here’s the good thing! Whenever you fell tired, feeling like even your last strength is being drained away. Always remember that I am here to give you support & i’ll never leave you alone to walk this rough journey this 2years.
This journey will make you a better man & it will strengthen our love. And i am looking forward to our everyday phone call/text so that I can charge you up for a brand new day!
You are always the brave, strong & responsible man in my heart!