Quote of the Day

  • Any strong relationship will not be easy. Let me repeat that one more time. This one. It will be. It is not. Be. Easy. Let every word go in and out.

    You grew up reading a fairy tale about a prince who wiped out his princess and married her a few chapters later. You watch a movie where a boy meets a girl and suddenly she falls in love. Everything is beautiful and warm and full of love. From childhood to adulthood, you support the dream relationship. Full of simplicity and pure joy from the moment you meet. So that’s what we want.
    At first things usually look like this. After all, you probably won’t last long if it weren’t for the obvious eyes in the beginning. The love of love goes out first. The moment when he writes a text right away, shows off the flowers, curls any idea that goes through your mind, and goes out of his way to make you happy. It’s a new and exciting experience, but the two of you are on top.

    As with any higher level, you have to go back to reality. That’s when the pink glass disappears.

    You are so self-conscious and interested in finding a link in the beginning that the bad behavior is ignored or has not yet emerged. We always want to do the best we can, so we close out the things we don’t really like. But in the end you have to get into the action and the program, and it is not an easy change. After all, who wants to move from a mythical dream to another reality? This is not the way things should be.

    That’s when a lot of people broke up. Expectations are rising dramatically, but the effort has not stopped. Both people want and demand something from their partner, although instead of communicating it in a positive way, we criticize, blame, and argue. We expect our partners to know that we want to be loved and to see as quickly as we can show love to ourselves. No one reads anyway.

    It is so frustrating and overwhelming that our conscience blames the other person, concluding that he is not the Chosen One. Because He will always make you happy and give you whatever you need, and life will be like air.

    However, no one is easy to deal with all the time, even you. If you look at yourself in the mirror, you may find that despair is really uncomfortable. You do not feel comfortable because you are forced to dig underground and create your own awareness. Nothing brings about what we need to do in ourselves as a loving relationship. Perhaps you feel that your partner does not open up to you and shares their thoughts. In your mind, this could mean that he is emotionally far away and will never provide the comfort and protection you need. Instead of jumping to conclusions about his conclusion, pause and try to determine the cause of his embarrassment. Have you expressed your desire to learn more from them? How is your body and voice? Are they open in a way that may be different from yours?

    Maybe you become more interested in your feelings but they have not yet reached that level in life. Instead of attacking and criticizing, ask yourself what you can learn from the situation. Can he come to you? Be more patient? When you turn the table to focus on yourself and what you can do to be kind and loving at a time when you are anxious or frustrated, things start to change for the better.

    I believe that relationships teach us lessons we should learn about ourselves. And the pain of growing up is not easy to deal with. It’s easier to pretend we’re perfect and fit our perception of a perfect partner than to go back and say, “Hey, I’m not perfect either of you, but let’s see how we can grow. is pleasant. ”

    There is nothing easier in life than to be overwhelmed by the things you do every day. You may find that the love you work for becomes a myth that you always think about.

    Relationships are never easy all the time, but if you care about the person enough, you are willing to do whatever work it takes to make it last.

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