Let’s Acknowledge


How exhausting it is to pretend that our relationships are perfect.

The best part of being human is being able to connect with other humans. We’re hardwired for it. We live in tribes and families, work in groups, love as couples and thrive in friendships.

The drive to connect is in all of us whether we acknowledge it or not. Yet, we’re seeing more loneliness, more depression, more broken relationships, more disconnection.

What’s happening?

In a world where social media often showcases idealized versions of people’s lives and relationships, it can be emotionally draining to maintain the facade of perfection.

We feel pressured to present our connections as faultless, harmonious, and without any bumps along the way. However, this expectation to constantly portray an ideal image can take a toll on our well-being.

The truth is, every relationship has its challenges, disagreements, and moments of imperfection. It is within these struggles that growth and authenticity can emerge. By acknowledging the complexities and vulnerabilities within our relationships, we can create an environment that encourages open communication, understanding, and genuine connection.

Rather than striving for an unattainable ideal, it’s time we encourage open conversations about the complexities of relationships. And create spaces where we can share both the joys and struggles, offering support and understanding to one another. In doing so, we can foster genuine connections that are built on acceptance, vulnerability, and genuine human experiences.

Pretending that our relationships are perfect is an exhausting endeavor that ultimately hinders our well-being and connection with others. It’s time we free ourselves from the shackles of societal expectations and embrace the beauty of imperfect relationships, allowing for growth, understanding, and genuine human connection.

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