Hey everyone, I have a question: Are you The Want To or The Have To person in your relationship? I've experienced this myself and i wonder how many others have experienced this? I was in a long term relationship and I started off as The Want to: I got the phone calls at all times of the day, The nice dates, The leaving his friends to hang and spend time with me. It was great! but as time progressed, things started to change. Then I became The Have To: Phone calls diminished, plans were cancelled and friends were always priority. I sat and tried to figure out what happen, until one day it dawned on me. I am no longer the woman he wants I'm the woman he feels he has to be with. No one should feel obligated to be with a person. My advice: Take time, step back, anaylize your situation and know who you are.
And sometimes leave the relationship to find one that's more fulfilling. Sometimes I wonder if people are meant to be with one person for more than about 10-12 years, from my experience anyway.
by advisor4qb 6 years ago
Have you ever stopped associating with someone because you did not agree with something they did?Did you discuss it with them or just cut them off? Is it best to just be "too busy" for them or to be flat out honest about the affects their action (s) had on you?
by mahuaa 4 years ago
My name is natasha, I got married to my boyfriend a year back. We were extremely happy till the last month. We both take out time for each other. Do activities together like gymming, swimming etc.I adore him. I have always wholeheartedly supported my husband in everything that he wants to do, not...
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