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I feel as though a lot of people who read my articles are under the impression that I am suggesting eventually someone is going to come into their life and every puzzle piece will simply pop into place. Doves will fly out from behind you, a chorus will follow you around on every date, you will find a bag with 10 million dollars in the street, which you will use to move to Pleasantville, USA. Life is messy. Relationships are messy. I have said in past articles that Love is not all you need.
You need mutual respect, compromise, sacrifice, understanding, the willingness to work at it and stand by him or her when times get rough. You need to be willing to be by their side not only during the bright days but also during the dark ones.
To encourage them to become the best version of themselves, but also to love and accept them as they are today. To be under the impression that the perfect person will come along, is to be under the impression that relationships do not take work. When, in fact, no relationship has ever worked without work itself. When I look around at my parents, grandparents, or other couples who have been together for decades — I am often surprised by how different they are from each other. None of them will tell you that they are free from fights, disagreements, or conflicts.
None of them will tell you that they pledged their life to the other because being with them is sunshine and rainbows every single day. When they are bad. When life is tough. You are not just committing to them under the condition that they stay young and beautiful — because they will not.
And neither will you. You are not just committing to them until someone better comes along — you are committing to the idea while neither they nor your relationship is perfect — this is the person you want to be with. You are committing to their very being. To the idea that the two of you are the consistent center and your circumstances simply orbit around you. Save my name, , and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Lost your password? Share Share. Post. Want to Strengthen Your Relationship? Embrace the Little Things. Next article. You may also like.
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You have extremely poor communication skills and neither one of you is willing to change that.