If you can separate your own complete self from the relationship and your partner, you’ll be able to love him for all that he is, his complete self.This kind of support will naturally bring out the best in him and in you.But reality is far from what is portrayed in the movies, and the romance movie genre is one of the worst offenders.
They’re not caused by your partner and you are the only person that can change these traits.
It also doesn’t mean your partner or the relationship has to be perfect.
When you bring your complete self to the relationship, instead of having the relationship or your partner define who you are, then you’re able to really recognize if you’re compatible with the person you’re with.
When you bring your complete self to a relationship with someone who is also bringing their complete self, you can then use the much more appropriate phrase, “You complement me.” While that phrase surely won’t sell as many movie tickets, it’s a much better route to a real-life happy ending.
If finding ~love~ is one of your 2016 resolutions, statistically speaking, now's the time to give that dating app a shot.
If you absolutely hate it, you can always delete the app and forget it ever happened.