If You Think He Completes You, That’s Just Sad

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6 thoughts on “If You Think He Completes You, That’s Just Sad

  1. “You have to be the right woman for yourself first” YES to this! You make so many great points in this post, especially about finding a relationship the complements you, which is such an important difference from completing you. Very well-written post!

  2. Preach! It’s amazing how many doors in my world opened up once I focused on myself and realized that everything else was just icing on the cake. If you aren’t familiar with the author Cara Alwill Leyba, I think you would really like her based on this post. She is like your glamorous, fairy godmother life coach, and she is so encouraging and empowering, and all about girl power 🙂

    XO, SS || Seersucker Sass

  3. LOVE THIS. Too often women lean on a man to “complete” them and think they NEED a man to feel whole. The person you’re with should be there to compliment you, not complete you.
    xoxo,
    Amy | Pastel N Pink

  4. I disagree with this post. I’m all about being your own person but if your friend believed that he completes her and is her other half, then let her be! My boyfriend is my other half and he has helped me become who I am. Without him, I’d most likely be twiddling my thumbs waiting to see where life takes me. He completes me in infinite ways and THAT is what a relationship should be. Some that doesn’t “compliment” you but someone that gives you that extra push to be the best version of yourself.

    1. We are allowed to disagree, but I personally would rather have the means within myself to be emboldened to chase my dreams and build a meaningful & purposeful life. Like I said in my post, you can’t be the right person for someone else until you’re the right person for yourself, and I believe that applies to the idea of building the best version of “you.” The right man for me will be a man who encourages me to do the things I love, but ultimately will not be someone I need to fall back on to find self- confidence and drive.

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