In relationships…

Published 10/22/2013 by Dani B.
  • Most women just want to have someone who loves and cares for them as much, if not more than they love and care
  • If you don’t express how you feel about your mate, don’t be surprised when they questions you about your feelings
  • If you don’t want your mate to do it, then you shouldn’t do it either
  • You can not let the relationship go stale. Do different things to keep the relationship fun and happy
  • Don’t cheat. If you are not happy or want to have sex with other people, break the relationship off
  • Don’t string people along. Commit to one or commit to none. Screwing with people’s feelings is how people get killed
  • Be honest. People would rather that you hurt them with the truth than soothe them with a lie
  • KEEP SINGLE PEOPLE OUT!!! I’m sorry but definitely. Be friends? Sure. Use single people’s opinion or anyone’s opinion on YOUR relationship? NO!!! STOP IT!!
  • You know what?! Based on that last statement..KEEP EVERYONE OUT OF YOUR RELATIONSHIP!! Relationships are hard enough with two people!! So why do you want to keep adding non-factors in!!!
  • Social media doesn’t kill relationships…people in relationships using social media for their relationship problems kill relationships
  • Know your partner. If you don’t know them, then you don’t love them. Be a stalker ish (in the right way) if you have to be!
  • And let your partner know you. Especially if you have been together after 2 years. I would rather be an open book than be accused of having a double life or secret life. Your mate is there to be the blank pages of your diary. Use them!
  • Know where important people stand in your significant other’s life when you first start so that it won’t be a problem if the relationships gets serious.
  • Talk about relationship goals. Know what each other wants. If you don’t know, you can’t do.
  • Love each other with your words and with your actions. In front of each other, behind each other. To your friends, to your family, to each other.
  • When you say “I’m sorry”, mean what you say or don’t say it at all. Then show that you mean it. “I’m sorry” is a phrase that can make or break relationships…

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