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we can't fix everything and that is okay

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"Never love a wild thing … you can’t give your heart to a wild thing; the more you do, the stronger they get. Until they’re strong enough to run into the woods. Or fly into a tree. Then a taller tree. Then the sky. that's how you'll end up if you let yourself love a wild thing. you will end up looking at the sky"

That's my favorite book quotes that stuck in my head for a long time from Truman Capote book, Breakfast at tiffany's. We, human always love people with wild or broken personality, we try so hard to fix them. It is not inherently wrong to love "wild" things or broken people and want to help or support them. Love and compassion are powerful forces that can inspire positive change and growth. But it's also important to recognize that not everything in life can be fixed or repaired, especially when it comes to matters of the heart. While it's natural to feel empathy and compassion for someone or something that is broken, it's crucial to understand that you cannot solely bear the responsibility for fixing everything.

When it comes to matters of love, it's important to remember that individuals are complex and have their own journeys to navigate. It's not healthy or fair to enter a relationship with the sole purpose of fixing someone or expecting them to fix you. Relationships should be based on mutual support, growth, and love.

It's important to prioritize your own well-being and emotional health. Loving someone who is broken can be emotionally draining and can hinder your own personal growth. It's essential to establish healthy boundaries and recognize when it's necessary to step back and take care of yourself.

It's important also to accept that not everything can be fixed or changed. Understand that some things are beyond your control, and it's essential to manage your own expectations accordingly. Acceptance doesn't mean giving up on someone, but rather recognizing that everyone has their own journey and pace of healing.

Sometimes, the most compassionate thing you can do is to provide support, understanding, and encouragement while also encouraging the person to seek professional help or resources to address their own healing process. Remember that you cannot control or fix another person's journey, and it's essential to respect their autonomy and allow them the space to heal at their own pace.

Ultimately, it's important to surround yourself with healthy and positive relationships that contribute to your own happiness and well-being. You deserve love and support just as much as anyone else, and it's important to choose relationships that are built on a foundation of mutual respect, understanding, and growth.



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