A little part of you still loves all of them that you've been in love with your life. You think you always will. That doesn't mean you want to try and rekindle what you had, though, because you know it most likely wouldn't work. There were too many wrongs that you can't overlook. Love is beautiful, but a relationship is much more than just love. Sometimes, love isn't enough. It's something that most of us don't want to admit.
When you love someone so much, you want to work things out and never lose what you have. But there are some things even love can't overlook. Of course, therapy is always a great option when you and your partner are struggling. Sometimes the therapy comes too late, though, and sometimes you and your partner just don't fit each other the way you want to. If you're in an abusive or unsafe dynamic, love isn't enough.
Love will never be enough without having healthy relationship practices. Honesty and communication are the primary keys to a healthy relationship. In colleges for instance, relationships have different levels and are among the most dangerous. They need careful attention because if not handled with care, they can damage one's future.
In the absence of total trust lies real distress—for instance, a long-distance relationship, i.e., where the guy is dating from another campus. You will find that most of them do not work for long because the partners or one of them is not willing to commit to their goals. You can also find communication becomes a barrier to most of these types of relationships.
Cases of friends with benefits have increased; this is a relationship where both the guy and the lady benefit intimately, simply, what brings them together mostly are the intimacy benefits.
In colleges, you will find most people's goals of dating are not well established; some date for love, others out of peer pressure, andothers for fun, while others date for money or gifts. People want different things in the long run. There are plenty of relationships where two people know they don't want the same things long-term, but it's ok because their relationship is "for now." It's just for fun. It's harmless, but it can have a tremendous negative impact on the life of a student.
In several relationships, many young people have been left stranded, lacking words for their affections. This has been triggered by their immense habits of loving away from the norms. Relationships have failed since the advice offered is no longer considered spearheading sanctity and purity amongst the youths.
Many relationships have ended in terrible breakups and fears since many youths have landed themselves into depression and suicide for engaging in unhealthy relationships. You shouldn't find relationships as tiring. When you start losing count of the many calls you make that are unanswered, you should pause and think about yourself. The many messages you type but never sent portray your concern. Focus on being productive instead, do what is right, and learn to listen to your instincts.
Also, remember that you don't have to meet in your free time or free up your time for your relationship; always have time for your partner. Hate goodbyes, you should be afraid of your partner's memories. Unlike tears in your eyes, you must hate yourself if only you knew how much you're needed. Know your value to value your partner's. It's awful to lose someone you once loved.
Relationships are offspring of love. Everyone's relationship style is different. Conventional, direct relationships don't work for everyone, nor does it have to. We all have different needs that every relationship style can't always meet. Whenever we are satisfied with our relationships, all sorts of evils keep distance from us, and True love sprouts from principles of healthy relationships.
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