Choices we make.
We need to find someone we love for who they are, adn stop trying to find someone and make them what we want them to be.
The only relationships that will truly work are ones where each person puts the others needs before their own.
If I focus on my wifes needs, and she on mine, we are both always happy!
I am speaking from my personal experience with my wife after I have had failed relationships and divorce.
It IS possible to be happy!
Relationships are a lot of hard work. If both people are not willing to stick with it and work very hard on becoming a couple, it isn't going to last.
Too many people are intrigued by the fun part of a relationship, but when it comes time to do the work they end it. Even fighting is an event that calls for work. Reconciliation is possible with a little compromise, and communication is essential. Communication with respect and without personal attacks can only be established if both parties are willing and both parties know how.
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