Ironically, it seems like the stronger a human being is, the more weak individuals flock toward them. What’s more, close friends and loved ones of strong people come to expect more from them on a regular basis, so living up to these responsibilities in addition to helping random individuals on a daily basis can really be taxing. However, there’s much more to it than that, so please continue reading to gain a better understanding of why strong people tend to attract difficult human beings and relationships.
It’s important to note that there are three main kinds of relationships that strong people frequently find themselves in.
#1: The soulmate relationship.
Although it’s often thought that a person only has one soulmate in the world, strong people prove that this isn’t the case; most strong human beings have experienced several soulmates throughout their lives. Moreover, strong people understand that remaining in a romantic relationship with someone just because they’re your soulmate is also a myth; in fact, relationships with soulmates can be some of the most exhausting and painful ones (in some cases).
#2: The healing relationship.
Since strong people are usually healers as well, other individuals sense that they can and should turn to them when they require healing or other aid. Sometimes strong people gain emotional fulfillment from these experiences as well, but they also get taken advantage of or victimized quite frequently.
#3: The karmic relationship.
Excess emotional baggage from past lives can easily cause pulls or revulsions in this life, and sometimes the moods of the people involved in the relationship vibrate on frequencies which result in much heartache and pain. It is therapeutic to release negative karmic energy back into the Universe, but the cleansing is draining, nevertheless.
How strong people can combat negative effects of weak human beings and relationships.
#1: Accept that the decision to enter into a relationship was wrong.
Since inner strength often equates to a strong sense of self, strong people feel happier when they believe that they are right. However, greater happiness will be realized in the long run if negative relationships are ended sooner rather than later—even if you have to admit you were wrong to gain proper closure.
#2: Find happiness in everyday life—even if it seems easier than it should be.
Strong people tend to experience happiness when they persevere through difficult obstacles, but this can cause them to stay in relationships just because it is extremely challenging to do so (because they are so negative). Again, kicking this habit will result in greater happiness over the long term.
#3: Release control.
In other words, don’t force relationship success. Rather, just be yourself and see if you and your partner are a natural or a Universal fit.
#4: Accept imperfection and weakness.
It is imperative for strong people to acknowledge that they are not strong in all aspects. This will enable them to be properly supported, and it will allow the relationship to remain mutually beneficial and positive overall.
#5: Be vulnerable.
Allow your imperfections and weaknesses to be both heard and seen. This is the only way for your partner to truly support you and love you, and it is crucial for keeping the relationship from becoming negative.
#6: Allow negative experiences to provide additional strength.
As alluded to, you must accept the truth of the situation when reality is negative in order to genuinely learn from life, grow from life, and gain strength in life.
#7: Practice self-love.
When decisions are made with love at their core, it is much easier to move forward in a positive manner with human beings and relationships.
#8: Be cognizant of the self.
A strong person must be able to realize when they are not loving themselves well enough in order to take action to remedy these feelings.
#9: Realize if a person or a relationship is difficult—yet positive overall.
Difficult relationships can be positive in some cases, so it is vital to know when persevering is beneficial—and when it’s just a hindrance or otherwise negative.
#10: Accept that not all human beings or relationships can be helped.
If you’ve tried everything imaginable and a person or a relationship is still negative overall, then it’s imperative to try something else with a different person or relationship.