Should a relationship require work?

@dreamy1 (3815)
United States
July 31, 2007 6:39pm CST
I always thought that if it was right a good relationship should never be work or seem like it's a struggle to make it work. What do you think?
6 responses
• Philippines
1 Aug 07
Making a relationship work requires effort from the involved parties. The effort required should not really be too difficult to exert. Mostly, it's just about trust, openness, respect, acceptance and sincerity. Good communication channel is a sure way to achieve all these.
@tkyass (133)
• Egypt
1 Aug 07
i think good relationship requires alot of working to secure it because such a relationship may not be found easily so i think you need to struggle for it
@stacyv81 (5904)
• United States
1 Aug 07
I think that a relationship that is worth having will be some of the hardest work you will ever face, however, it can be very rewarding. Anything worth having is worth working for! =)
@missa405 (290)
• Canada
1 Aug 07
If you didn't have to work on/put effort into a relationship, would it really be worth it? We all make an effort to make the things that are important to us work. Having an effortless relationship would be pointless to me. Other's may see that differently but thats how I understand it.
@cyntrow (8524)
• United States
1 Aug 07
Any kind of relationship requires work. Work, compromise, give and take; the problem arises when one of the couple is working harder than the other. THEN it might be time to re evaluate.
@gatozoga (17)
• Israel
31 Jul 07
To hold any kind of relationship for long term, any one who involve in must work on it, put efforts, learn how to please the second half or else it will never work.