When you persist in being the exception, you end up doing and being things that detract from you because you make exceptions – cue boundary busting, excuse making, illusion conjuring and turning a blind eye.
Where there is any goodness to experience from the rule, you’ll either miss out or experience it in a limited capacity because you’re too busy wondering why you’re not experiencing the exception.
That’s why site owners don’t hesitate to spend thousands of dollars in the industry.
But website hosting companies always try to make it more budget-friendly.
These AIs are built on some algorithms and codes, which were intended to help professional webmasters in the designing process.
Some may claim that the AIs are capable of designing a whole page all by themselves;and here comes the problem.
They don’t wait around for people to give them the perfect job, for the planets to align, for people to change, for someone else to invent it, or for their circumstances to change.
Classic example is when you’re suspicious/turned off by people who treat you well. If the truth isn’t conducive to a mutually fulfilling healthy relationship or where you can be personally happy with reasonable self-esteem, it’s time to ask when you’re going to make yourself an exception to If your rule is to be suspicious and distrusting in every relationship, guess what? If your rule is to keep going out with unavailable people and/or people that mistreat you, guess what?
You have to play your part and learn to have faith in yourself so that you can trust in others and either increase or roll back the trust accordingly. You have to opt out and not try to turn a pigs ear into a silk purse because you have experience to know what the rule is.
Last year I wrote about when we try to get people to make us the exception to their rule of behaviour, which is in essence the foundation of every relationship where you stay with someone who has shown and told you, whether it’s directly or indirectly, who they really are, and yet you stay .
Since then, it’s one of my most frequently emailed about subjects because many now recognise that they’re trying to be the exception…but don’t seem to want to stop.