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Jealousy, oh jealousy... Such an energy sucking emotion of mistrust that creates this tunnel vision, and it’s very difficult to get out of it unless your partner helps you out in a very understanding way. Not the angry way, that makes things much worse. We've been there🙋🏼‍♀️ In the beginning of our relationship, I was the jealous one and @jimmy_lewin didn't even know what jealousy was. And in those moments when I entered that bubble, where all logical thinking stop existing... he got annoyed, and thought I was crazy. So somehow, he learned from me what jealousy is. And soon after, HE started getting jealous. For nothing. That's when I understood how annoying a jealous person is. How illogical they argue. So I stopped being jealous, and so did he. We both understood how to handle a jealous partner. Let's just say, life is easier to live where jealousy doesn't exist. I am not saying you should start being ignorant, but maybe less jealous. Every couple have their own rules. If they are not clear, maybe you should sit down and talk if you are on too different levels. Come up together with what is ok and what is not, so it's crystal clear. It can't be misunderstood. If your partner is commenting something not very appropriate on some girls Instagram... it's maybe ok if you haven't talked about it and you feel bad about it, but if you haven't said anything, then you two might have two different points of views. Some things are for one obvious that "that's not ok", but your partner doesn't see it that way, and maybe it's because your partner doesn't know it would hurt you. If you speak clearly with each other, first of all to see if you are both mentally even close to the same level about how a relation works, but then also to avoid jealousy and misunderstandings... Then you can stop worrying so much🤷🏼‍♀️ If you have clearly said you don't think it's ok if he writes "Que mamacita" on random girls pages, and he does it anyway.... then he's just showing he is not the one. Period.
The truth is: we all got abs! READ THIS👇🏻👇🏻 -The difference between visable abs and “no abs at all” is the amount of fat in between the ab muscles and the skin. Everybody can go to the gym to lift weights, but not everybody can control the diet. It doesn’t just happen, you have to make a choice. You have to set a goal, and STICK TO IT. Now the question is... do you have the discipline to do it? Maybe you didn’t know it... but, YES YOU DO! Need some tips? Ok, here we go: 1. Get used to not having "bad" food at home. No matter how strong you think you are... you will eat it. Make it more complicated for yourself so you won't fall for the temptations. 2. Do it together! In a relation, it will get so much easier if you strive for the same goal: a healthier you. If your partner refuses, ask him to please respect your struggle and don't eat the pizza straight infront of you. It's a matter for respect and understanding. It's like drinking infront of an alcoholic who want to become sober. Or smoke in front of a chainsmoker who wants to quit. But many don't see it that way since it's "just" food. 3. Plan the day before what you will eat the next day. You will do yourself a favor so you don't have to make decisions when you are hungry. Those decision will never turn out the way you would want them. I am one of those: I never let myself become hungry because I can't control myself. It’s probably an instinct so strong it’s, at least for me, uncontrollable🤷🏼‍♀️ 4. If you need help with what to eat, and how much to eat: contact a nutritionist. Or, even easier and way cheaper, download the app MEALPLAN and let me help you customize a plan for you based on how you answer all the questions I will ask you when registering. It's worth it, trust me. Link to the app Mealplan in my bio (also in Spanish, iPhone iPad only, sorry😬) Questions?💁🏼‍♀️
A relationship works something like… beach volley boll💁🏼‍♀️ Or when you play tennis, but with two players on each side of the net. It’s a team work where both parts must give it all to make it work. None can stop playing. None can throw in the towel and say “you play, I’ll take a break”. A relationship is always about two dedicated individuals with a goal to make it work, and preferable exceed expectations without becoming neither too bossy nor too obsessed with the other. Trust me, your partner will not play the game well if you can’t give him trust and freedom. The ability to adapt and listen to your partner is just as important as your skills and dedication. And you know what separates a champion team from loosers?🤨 Both must feel strong and confident. If you partner feels down, it’s your got damn duty to lift him up. Is it annoying? You feel it’s time and energy consuming? Then you are a pretty crappy team player yourself. Lift him up until he feels better no matter if that will take all your strength. That should be your priority until feels better... How else are you going to advance and win? And worth keeping in mind, whenever you feel down… is he doing any effort to make you feel better? Or does he even... push you down?🧐 Communicate, support each other, don’t fall into boring routines… and don’t hold back on showing love and affection. That’s a few basic ingredients to become a winning team.