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What's the hardest thing in a relationship?
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KingSnakeX4 wrote:

Keep communication open. It's hard.


Amen! Also commitment!!
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neumaus wrote:

The hardest thing? Sure, trust is an issue, but it's not the hardest. I'd say learning (and accepting) that you can't always have your way, and that your partner will never be you so you shouldn't impose on them so much. And never hold such high expectations of them, because they're only human like you, and they most likely (especially if they're men) do not hold such high expectations for you. Perhaps others will disagree, but with me, I hold far higher expectations of my husband than he holds of me, but not because he doesn't care, but because he's so easy-going and accepting, that he has no need for it. I think a lot of women hold such high expectations that it causes arguments.


I'm the same way. I used to think when we first dated that my guy could "walk on water", then I found out he was all too human. Huge letdown, I had to do a lot of self-reflecting (I was thinking about breaking up) to realize I was being unrealistic and expected things that no mere mortal could live up to. I still put him up on that pedestal from time to time ( nasty habit?), and sometimes I just want to hit him with it.

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Hmm that's a tough one. For me, I'd say communication. That and knowing that what's most important is your own happiness. Growing up, I kept to myself a lot, so I never really learned how to rely on others when something was bothering me. That has come back to bite me here and there in relationships. I also use to be a real push over. I'd do anything for the other person as long as they were happy, completely ignoring my own wants and needs. Needless to say, that made me extremely depressed. Finally, after a long, hard battle I did what was best for me and now I'm much happier. I've learned that communication is extremely important in relationships.
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Commitment, that's the only thing I think is the problem with Now-a-days relationships -.- You could say it's a trust problem too, but I think at heart it's the other/or both person/s that fail/s to commit fully:P
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trust.
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Posted 12/8/12

AmayaTsuki wrote:

Hmm that's a tough one. For me, I'd say communication. That and knowing that what's most important is your own happiness. Growing up, I kept to myself a lot, so I never really learned how to rely on others when something was bothering me. That has come back to bite me here and there in relationships. I also use to be a real push over. I'd do anything for the other person as long as they were happy, completely ignoring my own wants and needs. Needless to say, that made me extremely depressed. Finally, after a long, hard battle I did what was best for me and now I'm much happier. I've learned that communication is extremely important in relationships.


I still want others happy over myself but thats just the type of person I am. depression doesn't effect me as much as it did in the past. but communication is the key for relationships.
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I can't really point out the hardest thing about a relationship for me. To me they're all hard.

Trusting someone not to hurt you and betray your faith in them.

Resisting the temptation of other women who express interest in you.

Changing your lifestyle to accommodate theirs, whether it's moving in together, not hanging out with friends as often, etc.

Keeping the spark alive even after a long time has passed, through the trying times.
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Your partner's nipples...

Actually i'd say it's not getting bored. If you're together long enough then odds are at least one of the parties involved will start wanting something different just to break up the routine.
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Meeting the parents for the first time is on the top of my list, there's nothing more nerve racking then that in my opinion.
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Your partner's nipples...


That's interesting, I don't usually pay much attention to the nipples.

I do think pierced nipples are hot, and inverted nipples are kinda cute.

But I'm never like "for the love of GOD, gross nipples!" when a chick takes her shirt off in front of me.

Maybe I've been lucky?
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Winterfells wrote:

I can't really point out the hardest thing about a relationship for me. To me they're all hard.

Trusting someone not to hurt you and betray your faith in them.

Resisting the temptation of other women who express interest in you.

Changing your lifestyle to accommodate theirs, whether it's moving in together, not hanging out with friends as often, etc.

Keeping the spark alive even after a long time has passed, through the trying times.


Couldn't agree more
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Not being an as*hole....
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Man... It is getting your hopes up to a girl who makes you think you have a chance when you really don't.

Anyone got instagram follow me @louiiboy lol
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Loyalty, trust and seriousness (things)
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From past experince I have to say trust. Once you get cheated on it's hard to believe that someone else won't do the same. Other than that communication is also a hard one, for someone like me it's easier to not talk about issues.
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