Happy people value and choose:
1. Love over Fear: People, who are truly happy, are less fearful and more loving. They perceive every moment, every challenge, and every person as an opportunity to learn more about themselves and the world.
2. Acceptance over Resistance: Happy people know that you can’t really change things by denying and resisting them. So when bad things happen, they don’t fight, get angry and complain. Instead, they ask themselves questions like: What can I learn from this? How can I make this better?
3. Forgiveness over Unforgiveness: Truly happy individuals understand that it’s destructive to hold on to feelings of anger. Instead, they choose to forgive and let go, understanding that (in the end) forgiveness is a gift they give themselves.
4. Trust over Mistrust: They trust themselves … and they have learned to figure out the trustworthy people – and those they should avoid.
5. Meaning over Ambition: Happy people do the things they do because it adds meaning and purpose to their lives. They’re not driven by the need to gain acceptance, praise and approval from others.
6. Challenges over Obstacles: Happy people see problems as challenges, and as opportunities to explore new ways of seeing and doing things. That is, challenges are something that help them to grow.
Capricorn - their senses of humour, sensibility and calmness.
Aquarius - their friendliness and genuine empathy; their curiosity and inner worlds
Pisces - their tolerating acceptingness, kindness, and the way they cutely stare off into space
Aries - their energy, they invigorate you, they are upfront and funny
Taurus - their simplicity, their senses of humour, the way they will always be a shoulder to cry on
Gemini - the way you can talk to them about anything, and find an easy common ground; and they tend to make you laugh while teaching you
Don’t dedicate the same songs you sung to someone in the past. Don’t use the same nicknames you specifically already gave to someone else. Don’t take them places that were significant in past relationships. Try your best not to say the same things you’ve said to everyone else. Every new relationship is it’s own story, don’t make it a remake. You wouldn’t want to recycle that same break-up now, would you?