In conversation it is quite common to use ‘need’ and ‘want’ as synonyms. Need and want are different, and even more different from love. There is usual tendency to put need, want and love in the same bracket. People use these words to suit themselves, but a successful relationship based on love wants you to develop clear understanding what these words actually mean.
Romantic Relationships can bring some much-needed magic into our otherwise monotonous lives. It makes us feel loved, accepted, happy and excited to be with the person we love.
However, it can be complicated as well.
A good partner will make you feel special, confident, supported and cared for. But it takes a lot of patience, effort, understanding, trust, compassion and unconditional love to build a lasting romantic relationship.
A healthy relationship can make us feel like we are on the top of the world, while a toxic relationship can end up emotionally scarring both partners for life.
Here you can get some great articles, blogs and stories on romantic relationships, how you can make your relationship better, let go toxic people and various other related topics
I am not just a ‘Netflix and chill’ kind of girl. Not the ‘Hey babe, come over now that it’s 3 AM and I’m bored and lonely.’ Not the ‘close the door and make-out with me during this entire movie.’ Not the ‘let’s sit and watch thirty-five back-to-back episodes …