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The Definition of Insanity

"The definition of insanity is repeating the same mistake and expecting a different result."
"The definition of insanity is repeating the same mistake and expecting a different result."
Kandinsky Black Strokes; Wp Clipart

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  • chris green 5 years ago

    Overall, I enjoyed what you wrote. I think its important for people, men and women to recongize a few things. 1. The origin and continuous distress relationship patterns with others begins withing ourself. Who ultimately decides to start that relationship? When we start seeing those familiar patterns, its important for the person to have enough self-love and self-confidence within themselves to get out. The trouble for alot of people is that they fear going back to being single. Which leads to my next point...We all need ime to know within ourselves the ability to have self-love, without that, we can never be abe to enjoy real, healthy love with someone. Expectations are second best if the person doesnt have enough self-love for themselves. Alot of people go into the same bad relationships cause they convince themselves that its the only type of partners that will accept them for a relationship. It comes down to self-love in my view.

  • Jim Ed 5 years ago

    Self love is the root of all evil. The reason most end up with the "same" is because they themselves are the "same" "self loving" hypocrite. I remember Chris as a kid and the only time I ever saw him angry. It was on the bus while he and his brother beat the hell out each other. Anger is a human trait. I constantly try to control it or it will win. Anger, sex drive, and other natural traits are about the only things that make me "the same" as anyone. My self love is omitted for my love of God and others. If I commit to someone, I forgive, but it is often after I have an "anger outburst" during which time I say things that may be mean. I do not ever get violent with any woman. Chris would be angry and would also likely say very harsh things if he found out his wife was being unfaithful. He would also likely forgive and return.(I have known Chris forever) Subjection to constant psychoanalysis is cruel and once recognized, you both would grow tired and angered by such too. STOP

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