The love of my life comes from another country. We just got engaged and now we need to decide: where do we marry? The thing is, his family is huge, he has a lot of cousins and uncles and aunts that he constantly keeps in touch with. On my side, the family is way smaller. (He's French, I am Polish, by the way.) And here comes the problem....
Regardless if you are single, in a troubled relationship, or in a happy one that only needs a little bit of an improvement, this exercise can be a blessing to your love life. It will help you to discover what do you really want from a relationship, and to highlight all those little dark areas, that you need to work on.
I have a boyfriend and I am in a relationship for a year.It's all great and I was convinced that it's a good relationship. But last weekend I went out with my girlfriends and one of them just installed Tinder so we were looking at it for fun, and then suddenly my boyfriend's picture shows up. I was surprised and shocked.
We humans are really funny little creatures; when we are in relationships we tend to forget what we really want and need – not only from another person but also from ourselves and from life in general.So we meet a person and we fall in love. Everything is great at the beginning as the “pink glasses mode” is on, but after some time, we start to notice some things that we don’t like.
Your Challenge touches upon an ageless question: Is it possible to be friends with someone who is in love with you but you don’t feel the same? The common answer you will hear from most people is… “NO”. But, you know what? You’ve Got 5 Options is not about “the common answers”. We want to go beyond the “common” and by giving you 5 different solutions, inspire you to find your own way.
When we talk about taking such a life altering decision, we should take under consideration two basic elements: the facts (the pros and cons) and the feelings. Jumping out of the-long-distance-ship to jump into finally-living-together-ship is not always an easy task, especially if you can’t agree on the location.
Ending a relationship is a skill; a skill that we all have to learn if we plan to have relationships in a first place. A wise man once said: “You learn the most about your partner after the relationship is over” so let’s all strive to be better partners – in our relationships and when they are over.