We can’t just lose our calm and point our partner’s shortcomings, it makes demoralizes them and leaves a negative impact. Also, in front of others, you two always need to have each other’s back. Doesn’t mean you agree with everything they say, just that you respect them enough to sort things out in private.
Moreover, love needs compromise. When single, we make ourselves the most comfortable and a new person in our lives means we would need to jump out of our cozy comfort zone and compromise on even our favorite things when needed. Most of our ‘needs’ are insignificant and can be put on hold when the other’s needs are important ones. Compromise makes us realize our priorities, and love is always greater than a couple missed football games.
When we have someone there to listen to every little problem of yours and guide you through it with smoothly as butter, you tend to tell them everything. It is a wonderful thing, you get to share whatever strikes in your head; you have no personal burden. Though sometimes in times of distress among couples, some people share private things entrusted to them in confidence, which just puts a bad impression about both of you to the listener.
The same goes about lying to your better half. Lying is such an easy task. It makes difficult situations simpler. It also happens to be a spiral stairway to destruction, where you just going deeper. It was once said that someone who doesn’t lie needs to remember nothing. When a lie is caught, your partner questions true events to be all lies and this shakes the wall of trust, ultimately creating turbulence in relationships. So lying too is a no-go if you want your knight in shining armor to stay by your side.
Most of all, a relationship means that you two have unconditional support for each other; although, there are other people in our life who are ready to support you. But not everyone is present for every situation. It is only your better half’s presence that you can always rely on. We can shamelessly pester our partner again and again when we need them, and so can they. Whether your partner needs mental, emotional or physical support, you try to do everything you can to the best of your abilities. Because seeing your loved one in distress is much worse than any of the pain you will have to go through to make it alright.
We as humans are wired to put the blame of one thing on something else. Never do that with your partner. Realize that if you did something wrong, there was no way in which they could have stopped you. Instead, confide in them and they will help you to survive whatever it is.
Always be loyal. You will always have a person to love and share the happy memories with and a sturdy friend who never abandons you during the tough times.
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