Yassir K.

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𝙔𝘼𝙎𝙎𝙄𝙍 𝙆𝙃𝙍𝙄𝘾𝙃𝙀𝙁 is one of the top Sport/Fitness influencer in United States with 61811 audience and 2.02% engagement rate on Instagram. Check out the full profile and start to collaborate.
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????????7 Lesssons from being married for 7 years…

1 ~ I am wounded person loving another wounded person. We all have our traumas.

2 ~ We are not each other’s life saviors but life companions.

3 ~ I don’t need to be fully healed to have a relationship. The relationship itself could be the healing.

4 ~ The most important relationship I have is with myself.

5 ~ I am responsible for how I respond to my emotions.

6 ~ We are not here to directly teach each other how to live. We are here to walk the journey together, and let love do the teaching.

7 ~ Getting close to my masculine and feminine energy helps me understand myself, and my partner, better.

_______________________________

???? Today marks 7 years of being married. 

Let’s start by saying that the length of a relationship doesn’t reflect how much love, growth, trust there is. I don’t think time is a good metric for that, even though it could seem that way.

On the very first conversation Thaís and I had, we felt that we had known each other for years. That warm feeling of being comfortable, attracted, playful, understood… We felt that since day 1. 

Yes, I am aware that I am extremely lucky/blessed for having found her in my life. And I’m not trying to brag nor convey that you need to find yourself someone like that or someone at all.

What I do want to share is that even when you find what you believe to be “your best match”, that unique connection… your emotional maturity is what makes it work.

The cultural expectations, standards, ideologies, and symbols of what an IDEAL COUPLE should LOOK and BE like, only bring disappointment, confusion and suffering. Making us question if we are the miss-fits.

So I thought why not share a few point that helped our relationship.

Thank you @thais_pc_ for teaching and inspiring me.
For being yourself with me.
For being the mother you are.
For sharing your life with me.

???? T’estimo infinit tutito!
????????7 Lesssons from being married for 7 years…

1 ~ I am wounded person loving another wounded person. We all have our traumas.

2 ~ We are not each other’s life saviors but life companions.

3 ~ I don’t need to be fully healed to have a relationship. The relationship itself could be the healing.

4 ~ The most important relationship I have is with myself.

5 ~ I am responsible for how I respond to my emotions.

6 ~ We are not here to directly teach each other how to live. We are here to walk the journey together, and let love do the teaching.

7 ~ Getting close to my masculine and feminine energy helps me understand myself, and my partner, better.

_______________________________

???? Today marks 7 years of being married. 

Let’s start by saying that the length of a relationship doesn’t reflect how much love, growth, trust there is. I don’t think time is a good metric for that, even though it could seem that way.

On the very first conversation Thaís and I had, we felt that we had known each other for years. That warm feeling of being comfortable, attracted, playful, understood… We felt that since day 1. 

Yes, I am aware that I am extremely lucky/blessed for having found her in my life. And I’m not trying to brag nor convey that you need to find yourself someone like that or someone at all.

What I do want to share is that even when you find what you believe to be “your best match”, that unique connection… your emotional maturity is what makes it work.

The cultural expectations, standards, ideologies, and symbols of what an IDEAL COUPLE should LOOK and BE like, only bring disappointment, confusion and suffering. Making us question if we are the miss-fits.

So I thought why not share a few point that helped our relationship.

Thank you @thais_pc_ for teaching and inspiring me.
For being yourself with me.
For being the mother you are.
For sharing your life with me.

???? T’estimo infinit tutito!
????????7 Lesssons from being married for 7 years…

1 ~ I am wounded person loving another wounded person. We all have our traumas.

2 ~ We are not each other’s life saviors but life companions.

3 ~ I don’t need to be fully healed to have a relationship. The relationship itself could be the healing.

4 ~ The most important relationship I have is with myself.

5 ~ I am responsible for how I respond to my emotions.

6 ~ We are not here to directly teach each other how to live. We are here to walk the journey together, and let love do the teaching.

7 ~ Getting close to my masculine and feminine energy helps me understand myself, and my partner, better.

_______________________________

???? Today marks 7 years of being married. 

Let’s start by saying that the length of a relationship doesn’t reflect how much love, growth, trust there is. I don’t think time is a good metric for that, even though it could seem that way.

On the very first conversation Thaís and I had, we felt that we had known each other for years. That warm feeling of being comfortable, attracted, playful, understood… We felt that since day 1. 

Yes, I am aware that I am extremely lucky/blessed for having found her in my life. And I’m not trying to brag nor convey that you need to find yourself someone like that or someone at all.

What I do want to share is that even when you find what you believe to be “your best match”, that unique connection… your emotional maturity is what makes it work.

The cultural expectations, standards, ideologies, and symbols of what an IDEAL COUPLE should LOOK and BE like, only bring disappointment, confusion and suffering. Making us question if we are the miss-fits.

So I thought why not share a few point that helped our relationship.

Thank you @thais_pc_ for teaching and inspiring me.
For being yourself with me.
For being the mother you are.
For sharing your life with me.

???? T’estimo infinit tutito!
????????7 Lesssons from being married for 7 years…

1 ~ I am wounded person loving another wounded person. We all have our traumas.

2 ~ We are not each other’s life saviors but life companions.

3 ~ I don’t need to be fully healed to have a relationship. The relationship itself could be the healing.

4 ~ The most important relationship I have is with myself.

5 ~ I am responsible for how I respond to my emotions.

6 ~ We are not here to directly teach each other how to live. We are here to walk the journey together, and let love do the teaching.

7 ~ Getting close to my masculine and feminine energy helps me understand myself, and my partner, better.

_______________________________

???? Today marks 7 years of being married. 

Let’s start by saying that the length of a relationship doesn’t reflect how much love, growth, trust there is. I don’t think time is a good metric for that, even though it could seem that way.

On the very first conversation Thaís and I had, we felt that we had known each other for years. That warm feeling of being comfortable, attracted, playful, understood… We felt that since day 1. 

Yes, I am aware that I am extremely lucky/blessed for having found her in my life. And I’m not trying to brag nor convey that you need to find yourself someone like that or someone at all.

What I do want to share is that even when you find what you believe to be “your best match”, that unique connection… your emotional maturity is what makes it work.

The cultural expectations, standards, ideologies, and symbols of what an IDEAL COUPLE should LOOK and BE like, only bring disappointment, confusion and suffering. Making us question if we are the miss-fits.

So I thought why not share a few point that helped our relationship.

Thank you @thais_pc_ for teaching and inspiring me.
For being yourself with me.
For being the mother you are.
For sharing your life with me.

???? T’estimo infinit tutito!
????????7 Lesssons from being married for 7 years…

1 ~ I am wounded person loving another wounded person. We all have our traumas.

2 ~ We are not each other’s life saviors but life companions.

3 ~ I don’t need to be fully healed to have a relationship. The relationship itself could be the healing.

4 ~ The most important relationship I have is with myself.

5 ~ I am responsible for how I respond to my emotions.

6 ~ We are not here to directly teach each other how to live. We are here to walk the journey together, and let love do the teaching.

7 ~ Getting close to my masculine and feminine energy helps me understand myself, and my partner, better.

_______________________________

???? Today marks 7 years of being married. 

Let’s start by saying that the length of a relationship doesn’t reflect how much love, growth, trust there is. I don’t think time is a good metric for that, even though it could seem that way.

On the very first conversation Thaís and I had, we felt that we had known each other for years. That warm feeling of being comfortable, attracted, playful, understood… We felt that since day 1. 

Yes, I am aware that I am extremely lucky/blessed for having found her in my life. And I’m not trying to brag nor convey that you need to find yourself someone like that or someone at all.

What I do want to share is that even when you find what you believe to be “your best match”, that unique connection… your emotional maturity is what makes it work.

The cultural expectations, standards, ideologies, and symbols of what an IDEAL COUPLE should LOOK and BE like, only bring disappointment, confusion and suffering. Making us question if we are the miss-fits.

So I thought why not share a few point that helped our relationship.

Thank you @thais_pc_ for teaching and inspiring me.
For being yourself with me.
For being the mother you are.
For sharing your life with me.

???? T’estimo infinit tutito!
????????7 Lesssons from being married for 7 years…

1 ~ I am wounded person loving another wounded person. We all have our traumas.

2 ~ We are not each other’s life saviors but life companions.

3 ~ I don’t need to be fully healed to have a relationship. The relationship itself could be the healing.

4 ~ The most important relationship I have is with myself.

5 ~ I am responsible for how I respond to my emotions.

6 ~ We are not here to directly teach each other how to live. We are here to walk the journey together, and let love do the teaching.

7 ~ Getting close to my masculine and feminine energy helps me understand myself, and my partner, better.

_______________________________

???? Today marks 7 years of being married. 

Let’s start by saying that the length of a relationship doesn’t reflect how much love, growth, trust there is. I don’t think time is a good metric for that, even though it could seem that way.

On the very first conversation Thaís and I had, we felt that we had known each other for years. That warm feeling of being comfortable, attracted, playful, understood… We felt that since day 1. 

Yes, I am aware that I am extremely lucky/blessed for having found her in my life. And I’m not trying to brag nor convey that you need to find yourself someone like that or someone at all.

What I do want to share is that even when you find what you believe to be “your best match”, that unique connection… your emotional maturity is what makes it work.

The cultural expectations, standards, ideologies, and symbols of what an IDEAL COUPLE should LOOK and BE like, only bring disappointment, confusion and suffering. Making us question if we are the miss-fits.

So I thought why not share a few point that helped our relationship.

Thank you @thais_pc_ for teaching and inspiring me.
For being yourself with me.
For being the mother you are.
For sharing your life with me.

???? T’estimo infinit tutito!
????????7 Lesssons from being married for 7 years…

1 ~ I am wounded person loving another wounded person. We all have our traumas.

2 ~ We are not each other’s life saviors but life companions.

3 ~ I don’t need to be fully healed to have a relationship. The relationship itself could be the healing.

4 ~ The most important relationship I have is with myself.

5 ~ I am responsible for how I respond to my emotions.

6 ~ We are not here to directly teach each other how to live. We are here to walk the journey together, and let love do the teaching.

7 ~ Getting close to my masculine and feminine energy helps me understand myself, and my partner, better.

_______________________________

???? Today marks 7 years of being married. 

Let’s start by saying that the length of a relationship doesn’t reflect how much love, growth, trust there is. I don’t think time is a good metric for that, even though it could seem that way.

On the very first conversation Thaís and I had, we felt that we had known each other for years. That warm feeling of being comfortable, attracted, playful, understood… We felt that since day 1. 

Yes, I am aware that I am extremely lucky/blessed for having found her in my life. And I’m not trying to brag nor convey that you need to find yourself someone like that or someone at all.

What I do want to share is that even when you find what you believe to be “your best match”, that unique connection… your emotional maturity is what makes it work.

The cultural expectations, standards, ideologies, and symbols of what an IDEAL COUPLE should LOOK and BE like, only bring disappointment, confusion and suffering. Making us question if we are the miss-fits.

So I thought why not share a few point that helped our relationship.

Thank you @thais_pc_ for teaching and inspiring me.
For being yourself with me.
For being the mother you are.
For sharing your life with me.

???? T’estimo infinit tutito!
????????7 Lesssons from being married for 7 years…

1 ~ I am wounded person loving another wounded person. We all have our traumas.

2 ~ We are not each other’s life saviors but life companions.

3 ~ I don’t need to be fully healed to have a relationship. The relationship itself could be the healing.

4 ~ The most important relationship I have is with myself.

5 ~ I am responsible for how I respond to my emotions.

6 ~ We are not here to directly teach each other how to live. We are here to walk the journey together, and let love do the teaching.

7 ~ Getting close to my masculine and feminine energy helps me understand myself, and my partner, better.

_______________________________

???? Today marks 7 years of being married. 

Let’s start by saying that the length of a relationship doesn’t reflect how much love, growth, trust there is. I don’t think time is a good metric for that, even though it could seem that way.

On the very first conversation Thaís and I had, we felt that we had known each other for years. That warm feeling of being comfortable, attracted, playful, understood… We felt that since day 1. 

Yes, I am aware that I am extremely lucky/blessed for having found her in my life. And I’m not trying to brag nor convey that you need to find yourself someone like that or someone at all.

What I do want to share is that even when you find what you believe to be “your best match”, that unique connection… your emotional maturity is what makes it work.

The cultural expectations, standards, ideologies, and symbols of what an IDEAL COUPLE should LOOK and BE like, only bring disappointment, confusion and suffering. Making us question if we are the miss-fits.

So I thought why not share a few point that helped our relationship.

Thank you @thais_pc_ for teaching and inspiring me.
For being yourself with me.
For being the mother you are.
For sharing your life with me.

???? T’estimo infinit tutito!
????????7 Lesssons from being married for 7 years…

1 ~ I am wounded person loving another wounded person. We all have our traumas.

2 ~ We are not each other’s life saviors but life companions.

3 ~ I don’t need to be fully healed to have a relationship. The relationship itself could be the healing.

4 ~ The most important relationship I have is with myself.

5 ~ I am responsible for how I respond to my emotions.

6 ~ We are not here to directly teach each other how to live. We are here to walk the journey together, and let love do the teaching.

7 ~ Getting close to my masculine and feminine energy helps me understand myself, and my partner, better.

_______________________________

???? Today marks 7 years of being married. 

Let’s start by saying that the length of a relationship doesn’t reflect how much love, growth, trust there is. I don’t think time is a good metric for that, even though it could seem that way.

On the very first conversation Thaís and I had, we felt that we had known each other for years. That warm feeling of being comfortable, attracted, playful, understood… We felt that since day 1. 

Yes, I am aware that I am extremely lucky/blessed for having found her in my life. And I’m not trying to brag nor convey that you need to find yourself someone like that or someone at all.

What I do want to share is that even when you find what you believe to be “your best match”, that unique connection… your emotional maturity is what makes it work.

The cultural expectations, standards, ideologies, and symbols of what an IDEAL COUPLE should LOOK and BE like, only bring disappointment, confusion and suffering. Making us question if we are the miss-fits.

So I thought why not share a few point that helped our relationship.

Thank you @thais_pc_ for teaching and inspiring me.
For being yourself with me.
For being the mother you are.
For sharing your life with me.

???? T’estimo infinit tutito!

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