A supportive, loving, intimate and fulfilling relationship can be the very fire of metamorphosis.
It can be the catalyst for change, the womb to grow in and the guide for our journey.
It might go out of style, but it feels like it will last forever.
Let's be real though, you've had diets last longer than this point.
It appears that If couple A get into a single small fight and begin to hurl insultive, hurtful words at each other, and also refuse to break the ice and talk about the matter, there is a strong possibility that every single day spent not speaking to each other dents the relationship futher.
ALSO READ: Compare them to couple B, whose quarrels are a bit more often, but every time that happens, they sit down, talk about the issues, apologise sincerely and reach a compromise.
Following that logic, it is safe to say that having too much of lovers’ fights puts your relationship at risk of breaking apart.
The question then is this; when do these fights become too much, and at what point should one become worried or scared that their relationship will fail due to irreconcilable differences?
It might not be the kind of love you have for people who've been in your life forever, but it still feels different and special.The ideas we may have in our heads about typical relationships and what idealized love looks like may not apply to what we experience in real life. Here’s the truth in 3 surprising relationship facts… Maybe that one with Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper or that one that came out last year with the girl from… It can mean that things are said that not everyone in the relationship wants to hear, but these truths are expressed and both partners grow from these truths.They roll up their sleeves and do what it takes because despite being messy, love is also wonderful.ALSO READ: Some couples are non-confrontational, often letting matters slide and just die naturally.[Though this is not exactly a good thing.]Other couples prefer to talk about all situations, putting their foot down and letting the wrong partner recognize how they are at fault even if it means an argument would ensue.