When I was a little girl, I read a book called “The Three Levels of Self-Awareness.” There were three levels of self-awareness. One was the aware self, the other two were the unaware self and the fool’s self. The aware self knew what was going on, yet the aware self did not know. The unaware self didn’t know why the other felt the way he did, yet the aware self did know.
The aware self was a person who felt things for a living and who was aware that they were doing something wrong, but they were unaware of why they were doing it and why they were doing it wrong. That’s the fool self. The unaware self was the person who wasnt aware of why they were doing something wrong and why they were doing it wrong.
The fool self is essentially the idiot self of a relationship. In a relationship, the aware self feels good and is happy and confident in a relationship where the oblivious self is left feeling insecure and confused. We know that the person who is unaware of why they are doing something wrong and why they are doing it wrong is the unaware self, but we don’t know why they’re doing it wrong, or why they are doing it wrong.
We are all aware of the fact that the relationship was wrong, but we are all unaware of why. And that is the problem with the “oh they did it on purpose” excuse. Even if you believe it was on purpose, it still leaves something to be desired. If you are someone who is a “good” person who knows that you were doing something wrong and that you were doing it wrong, but you are unaware of why, that leaves you with a lot of room for improvement.
The problem with the oh they did it on purpose excuse is that it doesn’t really excuse anything. If you’re the person who is making that excuse, you just have to explain what is wrong with the relationship. You could say, “I don’t like seeing you with someone who is not a good person,” or “I don’t like seeing you with someone who is an asshole.
In a relationship, there are no excuses. The only real excuse in a long distance relationship break up is that you need to stop seeing each other. However, the fact that you broke up with your partner means that you now have more reason to be together. And the fact that you broke up with your partner is not a real excuse.
In a long distance relationship break up, there are two things to be honest: 1) you have to stop seeing each other 2) you have to date someone else. We may never get back that 2, but we’ll always be able to look back on our life and see that we were in a good long distance relationship break up. And that’s always a good feeling.
If you’re not seeing each other, then you must date someone else. And if you’re dating someone else, then you must stop seeing each other again. And if you’re not dating someone else, then you must stop seeing each other. And if you are dating someone else, then you must then stop seeing each other again. And if you’re not dating someone else, then you must then stop seeing each other again.
It’s an odd relationship between the two of you, but at least you seem to recognize each other as human beings.
I would like to say that I think you two should get back together, but my feelings aren’t quite that strong. I don’t know what happened with you and are you really together, I just don’t trust the guy.