Saturday, December 08, 2012@12/08/2012 12:18:00 PM
I don’t know
if I’m in the right position to talk about anyone else’s relationship. I’m a
pretty good analyzer but still I defy judgments in my life. It’s not
comfortable to know one based on our keen observations and keep them to
ourselves so this stereotypical view is kept secret or unless dramas will
follow later. We all have different ways managing our relationship. There are
the existences of types of that thing and I’m practically pointing my fingers
on yours (because I have mine too). Please do not judge me, I’m just writing
this based on my experience (and sharing won’t be a burden). I’m not telling
you how to run your relationship, I pretty much would like to know your
stories. But let’s just say I’m the narrator now.
the only thing I remember from starting serious relationship in our life is to
know what you and your significant other need. There’s a lot to argue to find
the key of happiness and if we aren't dare enough to face that then be prepare
to sink. I’m fond of people who know exactly what they need to find between
each other. I’m happy to hear maturity grows based on what you planted; with
maturity comes respects.
I have always
been skeptical before. I asked too much (not because I didn't understand but I
need clarifications) to dig more – or more to analyzing the truth for the
voices I heard. This is why I hardly accept people and believe them right away.
In relationship, skepticism shouldn't be allowed. I mean, it’s best to have
arguments and solve them together but make it small. Don’t push things too
much. You are told what you should know, don’t ask for more. I learned that the
best way to delete all your skepticism thoughts is to believe each other and
have less doubt in between. If you’re happy with your relationship, think happy
thoughts and if vice versa, talk about it. One of you should have the sense of
being romantic, right? (at least…)
responsibility, Sigh… Where great nations comes great responsibility but nay I
wouldn’t think any of that. There’s no burden to think about in relationships.
We were given what we want to, the key is to appreciate it. If you told your
significant other to be your life then be as it is. Appreciate what you have;
don’t think too much how to handle things as if they’re really fragile you
might break it someday. I like myself being spontaneous – it’s best to know the
real routine of the life and it’s casual.
I’m happy with
my relationship now. This is all I’m looking for. I’m living my life with bliss
from it and I will never let it slip away. J