3 months ago I had gotten into a new relationship. After about a year and some change of being single and about 3 months or so of me finding my own way I decided that it might be time to get into a serious committed relationship. The one thing I desperately (believed) I needed was someone to support me and motivate me to keep going on my journey of rebuilding myself. What I didn't count on was losing my drive to show others how I've been progressing, not to mention my drive to progress in the first place!
When being nice goes terribly wrong.. Sometimes people don't want to be corrected. And sometimes helping people out doesn't come off as helpful especially if you're an introvert at the gym. See now, I am fairly new to working out at the gym. I spent most of the past year working out at home. So all of the machines and how to use them are a little tricky for me. But nevertheless, I'd still rather figure shit out myself than have a stranger tell me how to do it correctly. [...]
Everyone has their own stance on whether or not it's acceptable to work out at home versus working out at the gym. In my opinion, there are pros and cons for both of these options. Putting the pros and cons into perspective could help you to decide for yourself where is the best place for you to work out by looking at your own personal needs. So let's get to it! [...]