Can true love guarantee a successful relationship?
August 29, 2012 9:52am CST
Some of the relationships failed because of some reasons that we don't know. Some love deeply, but still relationship failed. In your present relationship, can you say that you are truly loved? what are the things that she/he's doing that made you jump into a conclusion?
29 Aug 12
I think there are no guarantees when it comes to love. Two people in a relationship should work hard to keep the relationship and I guess if both feel true love towards each other, it's not enough. It's always not enough because people change and every now and then we discover something new which would divert our attention. If both have a solid foundation and is contented with each other's company, there could be a successful relationship. But we just don't have to rely on true love itself. What is a successful relationship anyway? And who has it?
30 Aug 12
well said tetris ... A successful relationship is when you and your partner were both happy and contented. Whatever comes along, in good times and it bad, you face it together and never leave each other. And the best of all if you invited God as your mediator and put Him in the center of your relationship. Another thing is that you will not only be lovers, you should always be friends too... Romance will sometimes fade away but if their is deep friendship between the two of you, that's the best thing will ever last. And who has it? those who happily grow old together.
30 Aug 12
every happens for a reason, i believe.. people who truly love each other would try to fix the problems in their relationship and get back up again without the determination of fixing it... just throwing it away.. yeah relationship ended !
29 Aug 12
It depends upon many things, the culture, family situation, the mentality of lovers etc. for example in our culture it is not very easy to b in a relationship in practical, it affects the girl a lot, a girl can easily satisfies her family in doing such that. But in some other culture it is not a serious matter to be loved and to be in a relationship.