This week’s CHART focuses on FUTURE RELATIONSHIPS & THE COMMON DENOMINATOR
We have all had good relationships and bad relationship. Some people hit a homerun and finally have GREAT RELATIONSHIPS. While others are doomed to terrible relationships or so it seems.
Usually, those individuals that somehow have knack for finding themselves in a “bad romance” or two or three or twelve will always push the reason for the failure of the relationship unto the other individual.
All the while missing the KEY COMPONENT in the failed relationships, the COMMON DENOMINATOR: Them.
For those that are not sure what I am talking about. Well, let’s define COMMON DENOMINAOR. The common denominator is defined as “a feature shared by all members of a group.”
So, there is you, Person A, in a failed relationship with Person B. Then there is you, Person A, in a failed relationship with Person C. Next, there is you, Person A, in a failed relationship with Person D. Sometime soon, there will be you, Person A, in a failed relationship with Person E. Of course, almost immediately is you, Person A, in a failed relationship with Person F and so on, ad nauseum.
Thus, out of the SIX examples of failed relationships, the common denominator is Person A, that’s right, YOU!
The sooner you realize you are the cause of the failed relationships the sooner you can move on to fix yourself and fix your future. Otherwise, please continue to keep picking the RIGHT people to have Bad Relationships with.
I am David Guerra and I said this.