By Faridah Nakazibwe
Let me break this down for you, relationships ain’t all about being lovey dovey everyday and all, some painful sh*t gonna happen.
Every relationship feels like the best thing ever in the beginning. All the spoiling, sweet messages ,long phone-calls, happiness, spending a lot of time together and good sex.
Are you ready for the sleepless nights?Loosing weight? The insecurities? The jealousy? Falling out of love? Watching the spark in your relationship vanish?Being ignored? Not spending time like you used to? Being cheated on? Feeling like you are the only one putting effort in the relationship?
The everyday fights? The painful words you are going to hear?Growing apart?Confusion? The rumours? The breakdowns? The stress? The moods?The 2 minutes happiness 7 days of tears?
If you are not ready for some of this, then you are not ready for a relationship.
Most people go in and out of relationships because every time their relationships reach this point they cant handle the heat! Most couples blame people or point fingers at each other for their failing relationships instead of sitting down and discussing what the problem is and how to fix it. That’s why we’re having many breakups, divorce How do you expect your relationship to work if you are not trying to make it work?
Most relationships go through this but all at different times and stages. If what you feel for each other is real y’all just going to have to pull through.
Many couples give up on each other when their relationships reach this point,they are too lazy to try and make things work. Some be like “love shouldn’t be this hard”
Who said love is all rosey and smooth?The bitter fact is relationship is hard and painful AF.
To get to paradise you must pass through all the deserts ,the forests ,the rain and the thunderstorms .Nothing worth having ever comes easy. . At the end of the day relationship is sweet. Always fight for your relationship to enjoy it .
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