7 Things You Should Stop Expecting from Others to Earn Your Independence ...

One key feature of passing into adulthood is learning to become more independent, standing on your own two feet and accepting there are more things now in your own personal remit. Being responsible means relying less on others and making things happen more for yourself. Becoming more independent is totally a good thing, but it can sometimes be hard to get out of the mind set of expecting other people to do things for you or expecting people to behave in a certain way. To help you see what I’m trying to get at, here are seven things you should stop expecting from others that will make you more independent and self-reliant.

1. Agreement

The sooner you accept the fact that not everybody needs to agree with you, the better. Human beings are inevitably going to have differing opinions on lots of different subject, so try not to act superior and assume that everyone needs to be on your same wavelength.