would time matter?
• United States
17 Nov 08
I think if a relationship ended after only a short time, that would mean the two people were not right for each other for whatever reason. Sometimes people stay together for many years but that doesn't necessarily mean they are right for each other, either. I think if the two people feel deeply in love and care for one another, and feel the same about one another, that means they are right for each other. When they are willing to work through problems, even if it means some arguing every now and then, and coming to a resolution, and compromising for each other, giving for the other so they have the best possible things and can be as happy as possible, and loving them no matter what -- without judging them -- that's love.
18 Nov 08
Yes, I agree with you. To truly love a person is to accept not only his/her positive attitudes but as well as the negative ones. Accepting the whole personality of a person means that you don't care whatever the past experiences he/she had for everyone deserves second chances and should never be judged. Thanks for the nice comments!
17 Nov 08
Yes I think so.Because time plays a huge role in everybody's life.I think time is the main thing.Time shows what is wrong and what is right...So if we give time as much as we can it will be clear that what relation will sustain and what relation will not............Happy Posting.......
19 Nov 08
I don't think time matters at all. Some people are in bad relationships for years, whereas my husband and I knew almost right away that we were meant to be together. It's not time that determines this, it's the people, and it's something inside that can not be explained.
21 Nov 08
lucky you guys. it could also be case to case basis or it depends on the differences of the personality of the couples and on how they would handle these differences. also, if they are willing to take risk and pain in the long run of the relationship.