TO BE HAPPY IN LOVE IS TO ALREADY LIVE IN ACCORDANCE WITH YOU. ONCE YOU HAVE A CLEARER VISION, THE BEST SOLUTION IS TO TALK AND SHARE YOUR FINDINGS WITH YOUR PARTNER. ” I THINK.. I WANT TO.. I NEED TO.. SHARE BUT DO NOT ASK FOR AN ANSWER IN THE MOMENT: AFTER ALL, YOUR CONCLUSIONS ARE BORN OF A REFLECTION. DON’T TAKE THE LACK OF RESPONSE FROM YOUR PARTNER AS AN AGGRESSION OR AS AN ABSENCE OF FEELING: HE/ SHE MAY ALSO NEED TO TAKE STOCK OF HIS DESIRES. UNDERSTAND THE SINGULARITY OF THE OTHER. THE WORST YOU CAN DO IS COMPARE YOUR LOVE RELATIONSHIP WITH THAT OF A FRIEND. HE/SHE HAS HIS OWN WAY OF EXPRESSING THEMSELVES, OWN WAY OF SHOWING LOVE AND OWN PERSONALITY. OWN EMOTIONAL WOUNDS AS WELL. MAKE THE EFFORT TO UNDERSTAND THE SINGULARITY OF THE OTHER IS THE FIRST KEY TO MAINTAINING ONE’S RELATIONSHIP. IT WILL ALLOW HIM/HER TO FEEL FREE, UNDERSTOOD, AND CONFIDENT AND FULFILLED.
Me personally, I’m afraid to get married. When it comes to marriage and finding that person you want to marry, it’s kind of like walking on egg shells. You hear about married people that have cheated on their partner far to often. Some people just want to jump into marriage to soon. Being in a relationship and being in a marriage is two totally different things. If your in a relationship and the other person cheats, you can simply move on. But a marriage under those kind of circumstances is way more complicated. I think you should be with someone at least two years before married. Even though marriage is suppose to be a lifetime commitment, you hear about people getting divorces all the time. If my partner ever cheated, I would just hate to have to go through that. Marriage itself is a beautiful experience. But the after math could be a nightmare, depending on who you choose to marry.