Deep inside we all crave for our relationships to be perfect. It just feels so amazing to be loved by the person who is special for you in the entire universe. But the reality is far stretched away from what we perceive of relationships in general and often the stories that we see in films or on social media around us are not true. In fact, love is the most complicated thing in the whole world and if you want to get it right, you need to learn the do and don’t of relationships.
To the ones who are looking to find the love of their life and especially the ones who think there is something missing in the current relationship or you don’t deserve your partner, here are some brutal truths about relationships which can make your journey of love worth it if you just learn to accept them in the right way possible.
1. One is a taker and the other is a giver
It’s a relationship and not a business partnership where both of you should put your 50% to make it 100% workable. Every successful relationship has a taker and a giver, although the positions do rotate according to the situation. You should be a giver and a taker both in order to strengthen your relationship.
2. Your partner’s agenda
Try to find what your partner is looking for in a relationship with you. Is it just for a rebound, a stopover before they find the real thing or maybe is it genuine It’s? Its not necessary that every relationship would end up in marriage.
3. Giving up on your wishes constantly will lead to disappointment
This is one of the biggest reason that can finish the spark of any relationship. But if you will keep things to yourself only, then that can even kill your own happiness. Try to be open with your partner and let them know about the things you want. If your partner values you, then his support will always make things easy for both of you.
4. It’s fine to be busy
Get this in your head that being busy doesn’t mean the other has stopped loving you. Sure, it was different when you guys were in college and talked day and night about all the things but with time you get more responsibilities on your shoulder. So, just like your relationship, those responsibilities are a priority too.