I know I have flaws, I know there are some parts of me that annoys Daddy. I've always believed that love is accepting someone as they are for both their good and bad. I will admit that it has landed me in some bad situations in the past, but at the same time, it's something I want from people. I cannot expect perfection what I can't even give perfection. I've also always been told to never change yourself for someone... But isn't that impossible? Change is inevitable and is the only constant thing in life and it's only natural to want to be more compatible with people. If I can see that changing myself is for the better (for myself and in general) then I see no problem with it.
- Stop comparing yourself to others.This is toxic behavior. There's a reason I am me and there's a reason that you are you. The beauty about humans is there's such a wide range of personalities and, aside from our looks, this is what makes us unique. There are people who like me for who I am and that should be important enough.
- Stop comparing your relationship to others. This ties in with the previous one but I have to mention it because I'm just as guilty. I should not look at other couples and see them as a mold for Daddy and I to fit in. What we have is special, just like everyone else's relationship. I should not feel sad when Daddy doesn't do something that other men do because He is not like other men. The same goes for Him, He cannot feel bad when I don't do something that other women do.
- Stop picking arguments. It's completely normal for healthy couples to fight; fighting is a result of differences in personality. I don't believe they should be the cause of the end of a relationship unless the differences are large and no one's willing to compromise and work them out. What's not okay is trying to act like a know-it-all and pick an argument.
- Stop holding the past over His head. The past is the past, this is now. That means what happens then is done; nothing can be done about it. It's important that I learn to let things go and not hold on to them because it only harms me.
- Think before you speak. It does neither of us any good to say things that I don't mean. I should treat others how I want to be treated.
- Control your thoughts and impulses.
- The world doesn't revolve around you. Stop making it seem like it does.
- Be less clingy and "obsessive".