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Representation

Finally, I seem to be successful in pushing myself out of the bad mood swings, and so I am back here. I went to my home yesterday, and I think that helped me a great deal. Also, I got a sound sleep after a long time which makes me relaxed and happy. Plus, I met two of my friends, a bonus!


I came across some lines while reading a magazine so thought of sharing them with you, my readers.



"If you think you are bad at judging people, don't blame yourself for that. For the first six months (at least), people in relationships don't really meet each other, they just meet representatives of each other. Representatives that put their best face on." And this does not apply to just love relationships, its with every relation that we have to make. Whenever we meet people, personally or professionally, friends or colleagues, this applies everywhere i think. People are too nice and sweet initially. Its after some time has passed that they start failing to carry on with representations and their real self comes to the surface. And that's when either best of friendships are made or the worst of differences come up. Don't you think so?


P.S. Thank you readers for all your wishes on my last posts :o) You guys (I mean girls) really make me happy!

Comments

  1. my good wishes r alwaz wid u baby.....love u...

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  2. This quote is so true! Please maintain the good moods!

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  3. thank you :) I hope it's a good year!

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  4. hehe!
    you have a lovely blog, can't wait to read more :)
    x

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  5. that quote really is true. and i guess sometimes you get lucky that the representative is actually the person underneath..other times you're completely surprised when their true colors show. i've definitley witnessed both! have a great day beautiful!

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  6. I've never really thought of it that way until now, but I think you might be right. People have representatives of themselves that they use as fronts for people to meet... hmmm. Makes me think more...

    I'm happy that you're doing okay now!

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  7. This made a very good point. And I feel like even sometimes the representative phase doesn't even last six months. Some people just stop caring. I knew that plenty of people put on a sweet face to rope people in.. but I didn't think everyone did it.

    Glad to have you back. :)

    p.s. What time zone are you in? Here, I think I'm awake early, and yet you've posted (hours ago, it says) AND people have had time to make comments.

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  8. Hi DT, I am happy that you are feeling good. I completely agree with ur point. Keep up the good work.

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  9. v true words that I think we forget too often...

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  10. Great post. And yes, I believe that is so true. Thanks for sharing will be back for more!

    ♡,
    Jessica

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  11. i love the quote, it is so true :)

    xo, nath

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  12. Great quote.. it is so true!

    like your blog.. and ur default pic!

    xoxo

    colormenana.blogspot.com

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  13. Definitely. It's happened to me and my boyfriend actually.
    :(

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