The most important thing in a relationship is trust. Trust that your partner is one hundred percent committed to you. Trust that your partner always has your best interest at heart. Trust that when you are down, your partner will pick you up. You know…like, when you are sad, your partner will make them self look like a complete tool, just to get you to crack a smile. Or when you don’t feel good, your partner makes you homemade chicken soup and serves you in bed along side
your favorite book. For me, this is essential in a relationship. Not just to have, but to give.
What else would the second most important thing be other then communication? It is so easy to have a misunderstanding blow up into something in your head. Being able to sit down, and talk it out is so valuable. To talk like adults, and not cut each other off. Or automatically think the other one is wrong, and you are right. This is instrumental in a healthy relationship. To really put yourself in the other person’s shoes, to imagine how they feel in that moment in time. That is something that will keep your relationship intact for a very long time. Communication really is key.
Lastly, another important thing in a relationship is friendship. This
is the most important part of a relationship. To have the same interests, and laugh at the same jokes. To be able to know what each other is thinking, and finish each others sentences.
Where the two of you get the joke, and leave everyone else scratching their heads. When you laugh until your stomach hurts and it feels like you are at a slumber party back when you were 12. Your partner should not just be your
love…they should be a very good friend. A good friendship equals fun, and fun to me is essential in a relationship.
The best part about this entry is I finally have it. I ordered a life changing love spell from http://www.witchcraftmoonspells.com I was very skeptical of having a spell cast, and it actually working. A friend of mine recommended them to me, so that is what gave me the push to go for it. I am happy to say that, after struggling to find balance that was never available in my previous relationships, it is finally here. It feels right. It feels good. I feel very happy. Happy that I trust my partner implicitly. Happy that we communicate not only are differences out, but what’s going on in our heads. Happy that I can
call her my friend. My good friend. Scratch that..My best friend.