“...how they treat you…”

“...how they treat you…”

written by: Jesse An Nichols George
by: Jesse An Nichols George
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"...how they treat you..." ~ You, Me, Life, Dreams The Workbook ~

How often have you looked to Astrology, Numerology, a Psychic, or any other tool to find out if someone is "right" for you? Have you ever taken a test, or answered numerous other questions to tell you if there is a good match with someone?

There certainly is no shortage of tools out there There is no question, that these tools can serve as some great guidelines for us. However, they are not always the end all answer to things. There has been more than once where I have seen people come up as a strong match, because of some planetary connection, or number combination. However, no matter how perfect someone seems by the "tool" out there; we still need to consider who they are as a person.

When I say this, it is about really tuning in on how they treat you. While great matches can create some incredible transformations in people; it doesn't account for everything. Often times, people have triggers and issues that they are working past. Or perhaps, they have learned patterns or turned their power over to some programming; often times based in fear and pain. As a result, that so called "perfect" match; ends up being not so perfect after all.

Even if all the components add up as favorable, we still want to look to behavior; and especially, how they treat you; in order to decide if this is a relationship that you should be in. It is important that whoever you choose to be with, will treat you with respect, love, gentleness; but also be open, honest, and sincere. You can get a better feel for many of these things; by observing them. Watch how they are with animals and children, aka the innocent. How do they talk about others? Do they interact with an energy of sharing, or do they completely dominate everything?

Ultimately, only you can decide if someone is the person for you; but out of everything out there; do not give in on someone treating you will, and truly loving you. It is in the non-tangible things, that we really get to learn about someone. Do not settle for less than loving and caring.

written by: Jesse An Nichols George

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