A Little Patience Goes A Long Way
Lifestyle,  Relationships

A Little Patience Goes A Long Way

A Little Patience Goes A Long Way. Hello everyone, I hope you are well. In today’s post, I will be sharing a little piece about how patience goes a long way in a relationship. We all know that relationships can be complicated. One of the best methods to make every relationship less stressful and more enjoyable is to show patience. Patience has been defined as what we lack for the driver in front of us and demand from the driver behind us.

In truth, patience is nothing more than time.

A Little Patience Goes A Long Way

Time Before We Say Something

Think of a time when someone was not patient with you when you needed them to be. Think of how you felt. Think of how deeply you might have been hurt. The next time you find yourself losing patience with another, take a moment to remind yourself of how you felt when someone had no patience with you.

Time Before Moaning And Groaning

Patience takes time, but no more than showing anger, stomping, yelling, whining, or complaining. A little patience can often resolve a conflict, and a loss of tolerance will only escalate.

Time To Just Let Things Run Their Course

Arnold H. Glasow said The key to everything is patience. You get a chicken by hatching an egg, not by smashing it. î Some things require a certain amount of time. Losing patience only hurts us and won’t speed up the process.

So take the time to smile instead of frown

It’s The Time To Wink Instead Of A Snarl

How long does giving someone a nod or a pat on the back take? We never stop thinking about how a little of our time can make such a big difference in how we make others feel.

Benjamin Franklin said He could have patience and could have what he will.

The lack of patience is the key to so much unhappiness and grief in this world when all it requires is a little time on our part. One of the simplest ways to build stronger relationships and bring more happiness into our lives is by becoming a little more patient. Showing someone patience is giving to another that we wish to receive, while a lack of patience is a reflection of ourselves.

I hope you enjoyed that.

Talk soon.

Working with Strong women, I help empower women not to give up on their goals and find true happiness within themselves. #lifestyle #womenempowerment #selfcare


  • Debbie

    Very thoughtful and insightful. I think everyone could spare a little extra patience in our world. It really does goes a long way to a better society and overall world.

  • Stephanie

    As a parent, I learned how much patience is needed. There are some days that I need to keep a lot of this in mind and take that extra moment to compose myself before handling issues with the kids.

  • Julie

    This blog post is really great! You lay out the power of patience in a clear, concise way, and offers valuable insights about how to apply it to our own lives. I especially liked the examples you used – Arnold H. Glasow’s quote was very poignant. You make a persuasive argument for why we should all strive for more patience in our interactions with others, and in our relationships overall. Well done!

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