Would you change for others satisfaction and for you to get along with them?
or remain the same...and hope they understand?
It depends on what my relationship with the person is. If my husband feels happy with me being a lil more restrained or calm, then I will have to change my behaviour. Marriage can be hell if both parties don't get out of their comfort zones to make little adjustments or behavior changes for each other. Changing is a must in such situations. Of course, you can never change your personality entirely but we can try to be better...
If it's someone who I don't care much about, then no way am I going to change my behaviour for such a person!
I don't think you should change for anyone. Be comfortable in your own skin and be yourself.
I'm not sure if people really change but sometimes it is necessary to alter our personalities in order to keep peace. Change isn't a bad thing if your changes are for the better.
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by A Thousand Words 7 years ago
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by rikabothra 7 years ago
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by krisingreen 8 years ago
Would you change for anyone?
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