8 Dynamics That Should Never Exist In A Relationship

January 12, 2012  |  
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An Unsure Future

It is so common to find a relationship in which, one person has openly stated that they hope for more than what the other person hopes for. One hopes for a committed relationship, if not marriage. The other person has stated they absolutely do not want that. But the two people are so blissfully happy right now, that they don’t want to talk about the inevitable demise of their relationship. The one who wants less is being selfish—he or she is happy to have sex and companionship now, even though he or she knows the other person will inevitably get hurt. The person who wants more is being weak—they too are happy to have sex and companionship now, and are too afraid to be alone while they wait for someone to come along who can actually give them what they want. Don’t let either of these types be you.

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