Is this true ?????
September 17, 2006 7:44am CST
In true love your priority is to develop yourself first. You give each other room to grow, and you support each other's goals. You have separate interests, different friends, and meaningful relationships with friends and family members outside of each other. You feel secure in your own value and worth without the other person's validation. You trust your partner and are committed to each other and to the relationship. You willingly and lovingly compromise and negotiate any issues that may arise. You accept totally the other person, just as they are, and you embrace their individuality. You do not take ownership of each other's issues, nor look toward your partner to fix your issues. You show support for your partner, yet you do not attempt to change, alter, or force your opinions onto them. You enjoy their company, yet also are content with being alone. True love relationships rarely end, but if they do you genuinely wish your partner well and happy. Although you want the relationship to last forever, you are healthy enough to understand that nothing last forever.
26 Oct 06
It is true and I believe that it is right. It sounds so easy but it is easier said than done really. I think the negotiation part is the hardest sometimes one wants more for their favour than they are willing to give. I am currently having this arguement so I apologize if I sound grumpy. LOL