Wednesday, February 5, 2014

The Key to a Longer Lasting Relationship

I haven't gotten an email asking for advice, so once again I am going to write a post on what advice I want to give advice on.

Since I am only sixteen, almost seventeen, I am not an expert on long relationships, but I have been observing high school relationships and everyone knows those are ones that only last a week to a few months, or, the very special ones last a long time.

From what I gather, I can give enough advice on long relationships just based on what I observe everyday.
Okay, let me begin my advice.
So, the key to having a long term relationship whether you're a teenager or an adult is actually to be completely able to forgive and step over to the next cobblestone in the relationship.
If one can not do that, the relationship is doomed, if you can't forgive your other over one mishap that they may have had, then maybe you shouldn't been in that relationship after all.
I say this because if you want a long term relationship, nothing can break you and your significant other up, not something you did, or something they did because you guys if you stay together in the future, will end up being stronger than you would be if you let that small thing end the relationship.
Letting small things end a relationship is ridiculous because nothing can break up two people who truly love one another because two people who love one another will not let their love die because love can't die. If it does, then the love was never really there in the first place.


I apologize for the smaller post, next week's will be longer because of Valentine's Day and everything that comes with that "holiday". Hopefully I get questions and/or situations that I can help with on my email.



1 comment:

  1. I've got a question. What should I get my girlfriend for Valentine's Day that shows how much I care about her, but doesn't lead her to think that I want to get married?

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