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Saturday, January 15, 2011

The Do's and Don'ts of a Relationship


A happy-ending is what we all crave for. However, happy-endings do not come easy. You have to go through all the hardships before you see the light of the day. Going through rough patches or ‘bad patch’ as it is often called, bares fruits. There is no such a fixed formula for having a successful relationship. Had it been such, we would never have heard the words like, 'breakup', 'ex-boyfriend', 'ex-girlfriend' or 'divorce', don't we? I do not believe in things such as, doing things knowingly or unknowingly.

The reason is simple. All humans are different and each one has the right to be unique. If I give you, something called a 'formula', for a successful relationship or a successful marriage, it would only be through my eyes, it would only be through my experiences. Even you and me are different, so are different our styles of looking at children and handling them.
Therefore, it would be difficult to say what exactly to do and what not to do. Still, some factors are important for all the couples - dating couples of course. Irrespective of where they live together or from what background they come from, for example, the most important thing being the trust unto each other. Trust is the most important binding factor that can keep a boy and a girl, a man and a woman together for the whole of their lives. Secondly, as only trust would not help, so also there should be love for each other.
Understanding shown towards each other can do wonders. Caring is also a key factor. How much you care for your partner you have to show that through words and actions. Nevertheless, actions speak louder than words. A thousand words of affection and a hug out of love are poles apart, the latter speaking volumes. If these small factors are taken into consideration, they I think, you have found the formula for a successful relationship. What I tried to tell you are all the positives. If you think they are worth it, then just spread the word.
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