How many of you have heard of “self-awareness”? This term refers to the state of being aware of who you are. In this episode of “The Podcast For…” we discuss why this concept is so important but also a little bit about how it manifests. We also talk about the importance of maintaining a good relationship with oneself.
You don’t know what you’re saying, but when someone says ‘I don’t know what I’m saying’ they are not actually saying what they’re saying. They think that they are saying it because they know that it’s a great feeling to be able to express yourself, and to be able to do so. They don’t think that they know more than you do because they’re there to help.
So, in terms of the relationship with oneself, we talk about how relationships can benefit from self-awareness, but we also talk about the necessity of maintaining a good relationship with one’s significant other. We talk about how this can be both an advantage/disadvantage relationship, depending on how and how much one wants to be honest with the other person.
I see no reason why relationships can’t be an advantage, but it should also be an advantage to have a good relationship with one’s significantother. If you really want to know how to maintain a good relationship with someone you want to be with, I suggest you watch the movie ‘Me and Earl and the Dying Girl’ (which is also a great movie on its own). It’s a movie that follows two gay boys as they embark on a relationship and work towards getting closer to each other.
The gay relationship is a great way to see how you can work on developing your relationship with someone, but it’s also a great way to see how you can get into conflict with other people. It’s a great way to see how you can be a friend to someone you’re not romantically interested in and to see how you can be an enemy to someone else.
Although the movie is based off of two real life friends, its a great movie on its own. Its a movie that follows two gay boys as they embark on a relationship and work towards getting closer to each other.