Why you should be thankful for dating the wrong guy?


Relationships, dating, it’s fun at the start but with time, we lose. All that charm, love, beauty of being together, all that which seemed wonderful, it becomes underestimated. There comes in drama and heartbreaks. But remember, there is always one thing that a bad relationship teaches you, “The one in sight, wasn’t your Mr Right.” So, what to do? Where to go? How to overcome the time lost? Most importantly, was the person even worth the time?

All are worth the time, be it good or bad, they are all meant to teach and this is what our dating the wrong guy gives us. It gives a lesson. It gives an idea to wave a hand and say goodbye just with that one trait we see in our future. Either way, we must always be thankful for every person, even dating the wrong guy.

Reasons for thanking your past dates

Do not find a reason to thank them, think of it, there are dozens. Here is a list of 8 important ways they help us to be “US”.

1-You learn to value your own time. Yes, you do not feel comfortable around people looking for flings and short conversations. It’s like you can read their mind even before getting close to them. Trust it and lookout for a better future.

2-With your dating experiences with the bad guys, it is easy for you to determine, whether the other one is serious this time. Be aware. Surprise them, even before they do.

3-For those who want, they will come out and care and love and show how they feel for you. They will find time even on the busiest of day. Welcome them with open hands.

4-We learn to keep our boundaries. Even before a relationship reaches to be a compromise, our experience makes us back out and this not accept less than deserved.

5-Long gone are the time for an excuse as for today, we have our phones to amuse. The phone is the biggest help for today’s dates. A simple text can help determine the difference between an excuser and an actual stuck situation. Keep an eye.

6-Relationships, dating, all of it is meant to make you happy.“For ones who make you cry, they do not deserve to be in a relationship with thy.”

7-You learn to trust actions more than words. You know what you deserve and how you are to be treated. Knowing your worth can be the real gain from dating a wrong guy.

8-All the said above, it’s a means to overcome what seems to be a lost cause. One needs to know, “Who you give your heart, should be completely your life’s part,



Gratitude Story from the United Kingdom

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If you wanted to send a thank-you note to someone in your life, who would it be, and what is one of your best memories of that person? "I want to send a thank-you note to my grandfather. I remember you since I remember myself as a person! From that point onward, I have memories of when I got home from school and ran towards you, asking for your blessing, and you gave me a kiss on the hand; I remember the crowd of people in your office every day. I remember all the Christmases in your company, how you preserved the family union, the affection and love that you always gave us, as your daughters. I knew I could always count on you. But mostly, I remember the awesome stories you've told, full of wisdom, that taught me a lot and helped me to see you as the hero you were! A hero that risked his own life to save his son, one that was in war with the mission to save lives.A hero as a father, as a grandfather, as a friend, and as a doctor!Thank you, Grandpa Costa." (United Kingdom) …… #gratitude #gratitudeattitude #thanks #thankyou #blessing #digithanks #unitedkingdom #heartsign #storytelling #storyteller

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Gratitude Story from Hungary

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Mária Garád If you wanted to send a thank-you note to someone in your life, who would it be, and what is one of your best memories of that person? "I want to thank to my husband, Péter.  We have been married for forty-one years, and life has been like a poem with him. We are living together and keeping our love, respect, and family ties intact. One recent memory I have of him is the trip from which we just returned today.  I would like to thank my dearest husband for taking me again to Hallstatt, Austria. He had taken me there first on our honeymoon, forty-one years ago.  The landscape was one like the ones described in fairy tales.  We enjoyed the beauty of nature and refreshed our love in the same place. We had fun, walked around, had dinner there as we rewound our memories. It was unforgettable. We love traveling and exploring new places together every year." ………….. Péter Garád If you wanted to send a thank-you note to someone in your life, who would it be, and what is one of your best memories of that person? "I am very grateful to my wife, Mária, for being a part of my life for the past forty-one years. I also would like to thank her for accompanying me on our last trip to Hallstatt, Austria. She was a kindergarten teacher. So she mirrored that mother part of herself in our life together by being a good wife, mother, and grandmother. I am kind of fond of her for this tenderness. Yes, now she is retired, but still takes care of her three grandchildren.  Besides, even I feel deeply that kindness she uses to guide a kid to demonstrate the meaning of the life. Our best memory was our honeymoon in Hallstatt, Austria. So it is no coincidence that we wished to feel the same atmosphere there, even years later.  Forty-one years ago in Hallstatt, on our second day of our honeymoon, we rented a boat to see that amazing landscape closer, but we couldn’t predict the rainy weather that started suddenly after a couple of minutes while we were still on the boat.  We both got wet under the heavy rain until we arrived at our hotel." (Hungary)

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Gratitude Story from Banda Aceh, Indonesia

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If I were asked to send a thank-you note to someone, I would send it to my grandmother. "I loved her very much, and though she died two years ago, I have many wonderful memories with her. I was the only daughter in my family. My parents had only one child. My mom and dad are hardworking. They went to work in the morning and came home late in the afternoon; therefore, I was taken care of by my grandmother. In the morning, I was taken to grandma's house and was picked up after my parents came home from work. Grandmother lived alone in her house after grandfather died ten years ago. She is very glad that I visited her house every day. My grandmother is a kind, but disciplined woman; she is also a good cook. She often made my favorite: fried bananas. I liked them very much. Grandma is also a person who liked to spoil me, kept me company while I was sleeping, and advised me. My grandmother never yelled at me; in fact, she always defended me if my parents scolded me. She was the best grandmother. I really miss her." (Aceh, Indonesia) . . . #Aceh #Indonesia #gratitude #DigiThanks

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Gratitude story from New York City, USA

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If you wanted to send a thank-you note to someone in your life, who would it be, and what is one of your best memories of that person? "My father is an incredible man and full of unconditional love. I think the thing that he did for me, more so than anything, is just the unconditional love to be exactly who I want to be. He has always loved and never put conditions on what I do. He encouraged me to move to New York 30 years ago and become an artist. Whatever it is that I have decided to do with my life, he just wants to make sure I’m happy. I think everyone is born an artist. He nurtured whatever it is that I wanted to do. When I was a child, I asked him if I could paint my walls red and all of the furniture black. I remember that was one thing I did. And then I painted the walls purple and all of my furniture pink. He allowed me to wear whatever I wanted and he encouraged me to do what I wanted to." (New York City, USA) #nyc #gratitude #unconditionallove #father #digithanks #usa

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