I don't think that a good relationship requires hard work
"One of the questions on a dating profile asks: A good relationship should not require hard work. The answer options are: a) True b) False What is your answer? I think that a good relationship requires each person doing the right thing for the other person to feel loved and feel valued but I don't think that it is necessarily hard work, although it requires effort and awareness. ¬†If the same question was asked about your job - A good career should not require hard work - I would also say that a good career requires effort but first of all, it needs to be the right career for you... or else it becomes hard work which leaves your soul feeling empty. But what is the right thing? Who is the right partner and what is the right job?
- How is it that two people fall in love and after a while can't stand being in the presence of each other?
- Why does a person's soul feel so empty even after their loved one has done something they would consider that is amazing for the other person?
- Why is it that sometimes both are working hard at the relationship but neither feels loved and valued?
- Why is that we feel that we are fighting so hard and feel completely frustrated at the end of the day that we can't even be in the same room?
- Are relationships over romanticised that our expectations of each other are unreal?
- Why is it that we work so hard at our jobs, feel undervalued and go home feeling that there is no meaning in our lives?