Is it necessary that girls will always have to compromise in a relationship than the boys?
No don't think compromise is a one way street. I would like to think that both girl and boy in a relationship need to give and take. I agree that most young men tend to be more takers than givers, but if your are serious in a relationship it then has to be both sides learn to compromise where and when required. Otherwise the spark won't last for long and both would be going in different directions.
I hate to say yes, but I'm saying yes. I always figured it was an equal partnership. It's not at all. It's a muddle from one side to the other. Luckily, my husband isn't one of the guys who believes it's a woman's job to clean up the house. We had a roommate like that once who expected me to be "the woman of the house". I whipped that fat, alcoholic good. But right now, I make almost double my husbands salary and clean the house on Saturdays. He works more hours than me, but he still picks up dinner on most nights. Twice a week I cook, and three times a week he cooks.
You might think it's an even compromise, but it varies on who the relationship is more dependent on from time to time.
Being a man and having male friends I have never known a single guy to say he gets "everything" he (wants) in relationship!
No one gets everything they want. Some men would rather not get married but they do so because their girlfriends give them ultimatums. There are times when one person will want to visit their parents or engage in some other activity that the other person has no interest in but they choose to do so in order to keep the peace.
Each of us is entitled to have our own "deal breakers" and therefore gets to decide if not getting what we want means we'll walk away. Sometimes our mate senses how important it is to us and they will "compromise" in order to maintain the relationship. It's been said: The person with the least amount of interest in a relationship controls it.
When two people are "madly in love" with one another they want their mates to be happy when it's all said and done. They'll both (look for ways) to compromise. These are the couples that benefit the most from going to therapy when things aren't quite the way they want.
The minute a couple starts thinking more in terms of "you" and "me" instead of "us" and "we" they're headed for problems.
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