Relationships have been often looked upon as expression of intricate feelings in connecting with one another. It is a necessary evil, given the society we live in. While different facets and types do exist, all converge at a common agenda or bottom line – love. The right amount of love doused with an equal serving of understanding can steer personal relationships miles ahead in the right direction.
Let’s work it out
In life, the ‘not so good’ always tends to tag along with the good. You can’t expect everything in your life to be perfect, and it stands no different when you are into relationship either. A disturbing trend, of later, is the brevity of marriages and their instances turning sour and often ending up at the doorsteps of court filing for mutual separation. In my personal opinion, and also by what wise men in the past had said which no doubt also applies to the current trend, compromise is the only deployable tool to steer clear of differences that crop up whilst a relationship.
Are we on balancing pans?
When in love, this attribute is very much talked about and often respected. In fact, partners strive to compete with each other to project that each treats one another as their best half. But once the courting partners enter into wedlock – equality slowly takes a back-burner, and is replaced by the vindictive ego. It is an undeniable fact that practical life is markedly different from love life which seems all rosy. The influence of Venus tends to be short-lived, if partners fail to realize the fact that they have ahead of them, is a journey which needs collaborative effort from both to steer clear. Mutual respect for each other adds that magical essence to get along with your partner. Even while you commit mistakes, make a point to apologize. It may sound very difficult, but once you start lowering your ego and start apologizing – you can easily feel the positive reciprocation evinced. Many fail to realize that apologizing does not involve loads of money, but a heart filled with loads of love for your loved one.
Don’t take for granted…
This is one that has been often complained and lamented about. Taking one another for granted – caring a damn for your partners, mind you, can often cost you your relationship. It may not be very evident, but be assured that it’d be steadily brimming and would wait for the opportune moment to erupt and create havoc. Complex is the human mind, and so are interpersonal relationships. It is more of surviving in a jungle, unarmed. You may be brave, strong and would want to tame everything you lay your eyes on. But little do we think that, wild animals are out there and they can’t be tamed at your will.
Try to give both, you and the other benefactor some time to evolve with each other. Killing each other is not what is required, but coexisting is. So before you get into a relation, in a corner of your mind, do think if you are ready for this sacrifice of your evil self to get the best from your soul mate – it seriously goes a long way.