What do think of new beginnings?
When starting over in a place or relationship do you think new beginnings can make your life better than the previous one?
What becomes of your new beginnings is entirely up to you. Learn from your past experiences what works and what does not; also be careful to observe the new person or new place carefully and set appropriate goals.
New beginnings can be fun and exciting if they happen by (choice). On the other hand if change is (forced) upon us there is an air of insecurity and fear of the unknown that stresses us out.
Either way I always tell myself; "A year from now you will be laughing at this." Mentally it helps me put things in perspective. Whatever I'm going through is (temporary) and secondly it opens my mind to think in future tense.
I like new beginnings, it gives you a fresh way to start all over again. Even so, the only way you can make your life better than the previous one is if you acknowledge your faults and make active changes towards that so you can be a better you. A lot of people don't know, and don't want to accept their faults and imperfections. Even so, they expect when they go somewhere and do something new like get a new place or start a new relationship that things will automatically be better. That is not true and it is incredibly naive to think so. The only real advice is to work on yourself, work on the things you don't like about yourself. If you don't believe there is something wrong with you, look deeper, I am sure there is something you can improve on. Self-reflection does more good than harm. Just got to be brave and confident enough in your self to do that. When you do that, new beginnings will compliment the growth and new maturity in your life, thus creating new NEW YOU beginnings!!!! Its like a desert on your birthday (extra special) Good question, DDE
It's all up to you. But I believe everyone is entitled to new beginnings, as many as they need, until they get it right.
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