What would you do if someone interferes in your relationship? Would you be mad?
Do you think its okay to be mad if you go through problems and someone from somewhere else comes in to try and break you up and tell you the other person isn't worth it? If that person loves you more than they will ever know, and they want to be with you, but yet these others tell her that you will never change and it will always be miserable, and don't let them pull you back in... shouldn't they tell them to mind their own business? I have! My friends can tell me what they believe is best, but to tell me its not worth it is something I have to decide for myself. Am I right?
Yes You are right. The thing is to many people get caught up in in-laws advice as well as friends advice. Drama, gossip, judgements, and this all creates illusions in the mind, fear, and end some make choices to please their family and friends more than choosing what makes them happy, and what is right for themselves. They illustrated this concept in the fireproof your marriage movie where it showed both partners being influenced by other people and how it was actually bad for the relationship.
Although you are asking this question on hubpages you know deep down inside if the person you speak of is giving you great advice or if you would rather not listen and need for someone to cosign in order for you to hear what you want to hear. Regardless of what anyone says here, you know what you need to do. Only an ass would tell you that someone is no good for you when they are! It's obvious that they are jealous and wished they had what you had or would rather see you miserable like them.......There is absolutely no one on the face of the earth that can sway me from someone once my mind is made up, especially if they are GenuinelY AwEsome!
Oooooh FYI I agree with the comment from HATTIE! It never fails....people's words most of the time are spewed just to set you up! I believe you should only adhere or food for thought those who have consistently had your best interest at heart! Not with their mouth but with their actions
Vonda G. Nelson
I would accept such kind of advice only from my friends and then also I'm not forced to implement what they have said. Other than that if anyone else tries to do it they will be receiving a heavy blow.
Your friends are doing this to you?? Man, I thought that's what mother in laws are for!
I have no problem with sincere advice that is in my best interest, but I do have a problem with persuasive meddling in relationships. No one should be trying to talk anyone into any kind of decisions.
I would be mad, because what I do with my girlfriend is not your concern.
When a couple has some problems and others find out about it it is usually a recipe for problems to accelerate into mountains. I would be mad, yes spit fighting as they say in the South....I think yes you should tell those who throw in their opinions to stay our of it, to respect you as you work through your issues. If a couple is really strong, nothing can break them up, I am sure of it.
When you have problems the stressors are ever present in magnitude so as to cause the problems to be bigger than they have to be. I believe you can work anything out if you love your partner and that you both work together to keep others out of your personal relationship, that is yours and yours alone.
I would look at my relationship with the person trying to break us up. I mean I think advice is one thing, but not deciding whether or not we should be together. But, I also think you should be careful what type of information you share. And if you can't talk about it with your mate and work it out, then why are you with them. Also, we should not let outsiders influence our decisions. I think it's fine to listen to their thoughts, but you should ultimately make the decision on your own. Sometimes, people try to "help you along by ending your relationship" because they are lonely and unhappy being single and want misery in their company.
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