Is there such thing as perfect relationship? If so, how is it?
Romantic relationships nowadays are getting defective in that they started so wonderfully but too much familiarity with each other in the long run seems to diminish the intensity of the emotions or care they once had for each other.
There are no perfect people so there are no perfect relationships-but there are those people that are perfect for one another. I haven't found mine, but I have faith he is out there. I married my HS sweetheart and was with him for over 23 years and we share two amazing children together-I thought he was perfect for me. Only to discover after 18 years of marriage that he was gay. Go figure!?
I'm a perfect mess but I believe there is someone out there that I would be 'perfect' for & who will be 'perfect' for me.
The ONLY " perfect" being............was "crucified"
Why, would anyone expect perfection?"
WHY would anyone, even want it?
Because "anyone" or any human being was born to develop his/her potentials to the fullest...perfection in all areas in life may not be reached but there is always something in anyone's life that can evolve into perfection...perhaps a relationship...?
Perfection is always an unrealistic expectation. The problem is NOT with "too much familiarity in relationships. The problem is there is not enough familarity BEFORE we decide to open up our hearts to someone. It takes awhile to truly get know someone. Unfortunatley most people "commit" to others before they know them.
The vast majority of people bend over backwards to "impress" someone new that they are attracted to. Most often during the "infatuation phase" they rarely use the word "no". This leads one to believe they have met someone just like themself/Soul-mate. After there is an "emotional investment" a person starts to feel they can "relax" or be their "authentic self" without the fear of losing their mate. It's not uncommon to hear someone say, "He/She is not the same person I fell in love with."
No one ever says, "I hope you know in a year, 5 years, or 10 years from now I won’t be doing all these nice things for you! You can forget about wild passionate sex. The only reason I went to the game, ballet, or shopping with you was because I thought you were hot! Once you’re mine I won’t feel the need to impress your ass!”
Finding true love would be a lot easier if everyone would simply be themself. In other words if you are not a "romantic" then don't pretend to be a "romantic". It's "bait & switch" that causes passion to diminish as people try to adapt to the reality of their relationships. Awhile back I wrote hub about the difference in how we treat "the new" versus the "tried & true."
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I'd say a perfect relationship, is one where you're completely satisfied with eachother and have no hasstles or problems in your relationship, I'm sure it's completely possible to get to that point!
Perfect as in a perfect relationship is an all inclusive word such as all, any, or always which defies exception. There is no perfect relationship; just relationships that have endured because each person knows the importance of the give and take necessity to strengthen the relationship.
A perfect relationship would be boring and the contrast between two people make the relationship rewarding and special.There are many things that can be so wonderful that two people have in common that can bring strong bonds that can last a lifetime.The pleasure of making someone else as happy as they make you without even trying is the closest I have ever seen to a perfect relationship.As long as the love is real and you are both willing to sacrifice when times get tough.Love in the relationship can be phenomenal for years to come.
by Kevon Scott 4 years ago
What Is The Perfect Relationship?I would like to know whether a person can truly have the perfect relationship. I mean with all the disharmony spreading throughout the news and in our everydays lives promoting dishevel, and the internet enticing you into infidelity, how can a person remain so true.
by elvanGalaxy 8 years ago
what is a perfect relationship?I think it's pretty simple to think about having a perfect relationship, but the truth to the matter is there's nothing like perfect relationship cos what seems perfect in your own judgement could not be so to some others.
by bilalbhatti 7 years ago
hey guys, would you prefer sharing your passwords of social networks or email to your loved one?For a perfect relationship is that necessary?
by LifeNanny 8 years ago
Please define The PERFECT relationship???
by Nichol marie 3 years ago
Why try so hard to be in love, when you are already? a lot of people analyze it way too much,and it creates fictional problems for them,that they need to fix but can't because there not real.
by Jenny Pugh 5 years ago
Are you romantic? How?Some people are "in love" with Love. Lyrics of love songs and the music make their day and they seem to be unhappy when they have no romantic relationship; they keep searching for a "perfect relationship", whatever that means, and with a "perfect lady...
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