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As long as We Don't Fall Out Of Love At The Same Time. UTwS #170

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People define being in love in different ways. For some it means that you are thinking of that person every waking moment of your life. It means that you get the butterflies in your stomach when they come around. It means that you want them to always see you at your best physically and mentally. It means that they are what you see in your future even before you are sure of where you want your future to be or where their past has brought them from. Being in love represents youth and freedom.

 

For others, being in love may mean that you have stood the test of time, trials and tribulations and still feel the love for that person that you have been with for years. It may mean that after years of being together, having children, building lives, sharing finances and knowing everything about a person physically, mentally and emotionally, you still want them the same as when your relationship was new. For them, being in love means maturity and commitment.

 

Every relationship has ups and downs and you will suffer bumps and bruises along the way. There may be times when the relationship doesn't seem to be worth staying into anymore. If both people feel that way and are not in love anymore, then the union is doomed. If only one person is slipping away but the other is still willing to fight and stay together, then there's a good chance that they may stick it out a little while longer. The relationship may be reparable.

 

Do you agree? Is it true? Can a relationship last if only one person is still in love? Will they win the fight? Can the union be restored to a functional level?

 

We're gonna find out this Wednesday. Let's see what we can do to stay together.

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