Again, being changed can be temporary or permanent. It consist the depth or the intensity of the situation, place and the person for whom the change is being inevitable.
No, i dont think that is a good idea. I would change for myself and not to any other people. But probably, those people who are madly in love with someone would do that. I guess,
I adapt my personality based on the situations I am within however essentially I still have the same morals and ethics
I do think however we develop as people in different ways over time so change occurs naturally within us.
in little ways i think most people do change. but if a person falls in love with someone, they should accept the person as they are.
I wouldn't change my nature, preferences, values, personality, etc. etc. What I would change would be some simple, little, thing that I might do (like leave socks on the floor - which, by the way, I've NEVER done ); if the other person said something like, "It would be easier for me if you'd just throw your socks in the laundry, rather than on the floor." Or, another example, if I preferred, maybe, loud TV; but someone else was bothered by it. Again, I'd be happy to turn down the volume.
The only reason I even bring up this kind of "changing for someone" is that many people seem to think that this kind of thing is "changing for someone" - when it's really only "changing our ways in one thing or another", rather than "changing ourselves".
(So, all you sock-leavers and loud-TV-watchers out there, for goodness sake. It isn't a big deal to just cooperate with someone, and make their life a little more pleasant!. You don't have to worry that the person is "trying to change you". They're only asking you stop making their life more miserable than it really needs to be over something so minor. )
Will change for my loved one , so that we have good understanding ,help us to live life with more liveliness . But only that much which I can adopt with right point of view not for wrong cause.
Well it all depends on what kind of change!
If it's change from my beliefs in CHRIST i will never change that for anyone.
Sometimes love can make us change to be a better person or to do something that would make the other person happy. If it's that kind of change no problem.
By the way we all need some sort of changes in our life even if it's for ourself
But all in all it is good to be yourself if the change is just hypocritical or make belief then don't change remain how you are.
I am special and unique. I will not change to be anyone one else.
I find joy and happiness in being myself even though I respect many others.
I may change my views or intentions if the new information or experience is acceptable to who I am.
Choosing to be someone else, who in not consistent with who you really are, is self-betrayal. It is the highest form of betrayal.
I am who I am. What is there to change. Either like me or don't.
It is better to be yourself than trying to change. When you try to change for a person, you might end up being unhappy.
Rather than trying to change, I believe we should adapt ourselves to situation and improve ourselves for love one. By getting rid of bad habit will benefit both parties. Learn to adapt how you can improve yourself in order to get along with someone you love.
Be yourself is the best solution as you will be happier and get rid of bad habits for the sake of happiness. It is always best to be yourself and understanding one another will prove to be long lasting relationship.
I think the most I've changed for someone would be for my job. I changed what I wore, how I acted, and how I interacted with people. Horrible idea! I kindof lost myself, and I'm now just getting back on track. And... I'm leaving the job in a week Oh happy day!!!
I don't believe people change. But that is just me.
No I would not change for anyone. I am happy as I am. I can change for myself only if I ever consider necessary.
One ought to remain true to their authentic self but temper/control negative/destructive habits/behaviours. Changing for someone will become exhausting, and only last for so long before the true you emerges.
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