I know a couple girls who leave relationships the second theres any kind of trouble or if it's not going the way they planned it. When I ask them why they wont work on it instead of just breaking up with their bf's, they all reply that "you shouldn't have to work to make a relationship last" and that it should just be perfect all the time because thats the way its suppose to be.
Are these girls just delusional and have seen one too many disney movies? I dont know anyone thats not married or in a relationship that hasnt had problems but they work through it.
09-27-2010, 10:18 AM #1
Is there such thing as a perfect relationship?
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09-27-2010, 10:22 AM #2
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09-27-2010, 11:33 AM #4
I don't think there is such a thing as a "perfect relationship" since we're imperfect people, but there IS such a thing as a happy relationship and an unhappy relationship. I'm surprised as to how many people are in unhappy relationships.
I think way too many people get into relationships with incompatible people.Disclaimer: I did not read your post, so quit bitching my reply to you makes no sense.
09-27-2010, 11:40 AM #5
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09-27-2010, 01:18 PM #7
delusional for sure. and damn stupid.
and if i was in a relationship where there weren't ANY fights/differences of opinions that we had to work through i wouldn't call it a prefect relationship. you can't be sure that the relationship is going well and is going to last if you're not sure that you'll be able to work through issues together. and at some point they are bound to appear. in any relationship between two people there comes time when people don't agree/have to put effort into making it work. it just works that way, whether it's in the family, between friends or lovers.
09-27-2010, 01:24 PM #8
09-27-2010, 01:33 PM #9
and this is what happens when dumb bishes get white knighted.
"oh but i want him to be perfect and i want him to look like a model and i want him to be such a gentleman who loves kids and loves me so much and the only thing he loves more than me is his golden lab who he walks with and hang out with every day~~!!!!!
if he ever got upset or frustrtaed i'djust dump him right there, because you shouldn't have to work on true love ~ it should be almost like a fairy tale"
it's true, and it hurts me to be this god damn cynical, but its truei wil rep u if i get a chance
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I don't think it should be hard work. The normal ups and downs and disagreements between a couple can be dealt with by compromise and mutual respect. But if you have to battle to sort things out, it's a sign of incompatibility.**** Atheist Alliance ****
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09-27-2010, 02:19 PM #12
In 20 years I can only think of 2 maybe 3 arguments my wife and I had where we really got upset with each other...and we got over those in a day or so. And those arguments were probably mild compared to what some couples go through.208.50 11-1-11
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