Relationships are precious

Something my ex and I both agreed on: we don’t believe in disposable relationships… even though in the end out relationship has been disposed… sometimes I wish I could turn back time and make it all right again, but then I realize, that is just not up to me. It just wasn’t meant to be.

LIVE LIFE TO THE FULLEST

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Every relationship begins with excitement, joy, and long time life commitments are made by both partners. Building up a healthy understanding is crucial in the beginning, which lays a foundation stone for years to come. Give time to each other exclusively  without any other commitments, try to understand the nature of the partner, grew close in a loving relationship.

Once the relationship is established  after a sometime, it seems a drag. We all know a few bumps and down the hill factors come in ones marriages, that is the normal thing, and nothing to be depressive about.

The main things is to recognize them at the right time, and deal with it without taking sides, in a rational and practical manner. It is the couples responsibility to understand the problems, which they are having, and try to sit together and sort them out in a positive manner, keeping in view the marriage, and how they want to make it successful.

While living together, we get…

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2 responses to “Relationships are precious

  1. The hardest part is admitting to ourselves that it wasn’t meant to be, whatever the reason. Sometimes we question, even blame ourselves when it probably isn’t our fault at all. Never look behind. If it was meant to be then you wouldn’t have to worry about looking back. you would still be together now. Remember and learn from it but never look back. You have already started to heal. you WILL be ok. :)

    • Reminds me of this quote: “Never look back unless you are planning to go that way.” ― Henry David Thoreau

      The hardest part is trying to get your heart to believe what your mind already knows…

      Thanks for your comment!

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