How does realism play a role in our lives?  Are these sad or happy moments when we experience realism?  Let us first take a look at realism in our Webster Dictionary and get a better idea of its meaning.

Realism-1.The attitude or . practice of accepting a situation as it is and being prepared to accept it accordingly.  2.  The quality or fact of representing a person, thing or situation accurately or in a way that is true to life.

Daily Wisdom Word Meaning of realism-1.  The acceptance with situations either good or bad, with the way they are in real life and the consequences of that which affect us.

Realism is hard to come by as a young child and sometimes as an adult as well.  When we are young, we believe in Santa Clause and the Easter Bunny, tooth fairy and other imaginary things.  When we are an adult, we fall in love, and our first impression of the relationship is that of perfection.  As time goes on, we start to see the flaws in another person, and the feeling of idealism fades away, and we either accept a person as they really are or we move on and let the relationship go.

Letting a relationship go, is not always easy and even when we see the signs of realism in the relationship, and know that we can’t cope with it on a long-term basis, we find ourselves staying in it anyway.  This is not ideal and we end up spending precious time in a relationship that really can’t work in real life.

I have found myself in many of these situations in the past, but find as I get older, I accept the realism of situations more clearly and let them go much quicker, especially in a love relationship.

Does that mean with realism we no longer accept the fact that fairytales can’t come true?  No, not necessarily.  It simply means we accept situations as they are in perspective to our lives as we know them.

Thank you for reading about realism today.  When finished reading, scroll down beneath this post, and leave a comment, poem or quote about realism where it says, “join the discussion”!.  Have a beautiful and blessed day.

Samantha Leboeuf/DWW

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