Feb 17, 2013

Truths About Relationships

Relationships are the most meaningful element in people's lives.

For some reasons, the significant qualities of people who time and again create meaningful relationships are not as evident as they may seem. This is one of the most important part of a relationships where partners must have to keep and stay open in all love's possibilities. 

All couples run into relationship issues no matter how little or big the reasons are. It's the odd couple that doesn't run into a few bumps along the road. If you happen to recognize ahead of time what those relationship problems or issues might be, you'll have a much better chance of getting to resolved it and past them.

All relationship problems stem from poor communication skills and from our own fear or pain which we commonly denies. We should understand that couples consist of two individuals that are actually different from each other. If we want some changes, we can only do so to ourselves because we can never change our partners way. What we can only do is meet on a common grounds and have mutual adjustments.


Keeping respect and honoring each other is one important factor aside from the love or feelings alone. For love without respect is something not worth to keep or lasts. Saying I Love you is not enough to make the relationships rolling, we should equate it with actions to express ourselves. And when we do express ourselves, we shouldn't expect more from our partner's ends. The best thing we could do is give what we want to get and expect less so we won't end up being disappointed.

Issues and arguments are inevitable and for some reasons I think this add spice to the relationships. A relationship without disagreements are way too boring simply because there's no perfect relationships at all. Fights among couples exist as clashes among families and societies do. It is something we have to live with and face no matter how senseless or major blunt there is.  Couples should sit on it and talk about it and make some resolutions for whatever issues or mistakes not to be done again. Being angry or making the long silence is just a waste of time.

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Lastly, we should learn to agree to disagree and I thinks this is the main ingredient in keeping our relationship afloat. This is what my friend, who's into a long term relationships of 10 years, usually advice me. It's what I've been trying hard to do so in all of my relationships, whether on my personal relationships or with my relationships with my family and friends. It may be hard to understand how and sure hell-like to do but, it's worth a try to do so. The cue here is to openly admit that  there are some things you can never change in life and things that can never be infavour of you. Two individuals have different minds and opinions. That's a fact we should acknowledge. What we should do is shrug all our differences, agree to meet halfway and embrace each in everyone's imperfections and find a way to become and stay best friends in spite of our distinctive individualities.

Here's some realizations that I'm trying my best to keep doing so. Godspeed to us fellas!

10 Truths of Relationships
1. Successful relationships take work.
2. You can only change yourself, not your partner.
3. All arguments stem from our own fear or pain.
4. Understand that two individuals are different.
5. Honor each other in some way every day.
6. Anger is a waste of time.
7. Find a way to become and stay best friends.
8. Actions speak louder than words.
9. Give what you want to get.
10. Learn to agree to disagree.

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Nice list of realizations on truths about relationships. Ope this one works! Thanks for sharing! - Chloe

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