what is one thing which can be event or habit(urs or partners) or something which you think important that you would like to change in your past/present relationship?..
Id change all the bad past relationships I had and wait till i had turned atleast thirty to have my first child...
I think if I could change one thing about my hubby it would be to give him the ability to see things from different points of view. He is so open minded about some things, but sometimes he gets an idea, and come hell or high water no one can change it - even if he is wrong!!
of my past relationships I would to change my attitude: I was too anxious to not disappoint my partners and therefore I hidden them some small and harmless truth. But over time this "lies" have begun to weigh in the relationships. In other words, today I would be more sincere and spontaneous and I would to try to meet my needs more than that the other needs
by rick0235 years ago
I have always been the type of guy that just goes with the flow of things and believes that things in life should just evolve naturally. For example, I struggle with formal aspects of relationships and just prefer...
by Raj Rishi6 years ago
Most relationships in love and marriage break up due primarily to boredom, which results in cooling of passions. It is difficult to 'enjoy' the same fare daily howsoever delicious it may be. This is, of course,...
by words cocktail7 years ago
Well, not just WHAT, you can also say, WHY would that be 'the ONE thing' you could change about your past? It may be an incident, a behaviour, an attitude, a day or a night..simply anything!
by kimberlyslyrics5 years ago
With no fuss of affairs, security in knowing you love each other, it comes down to sex. With or without your partner joining with other people.Just asking, do you think this could first enrich your sex life, and...
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