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Advice About Love & Relationships

50 Timeless Pieces Of Advice About Love & Relationships

  • Don’t stay with someone who antagonizes you or belittles you.
  • If you feel lonely, you’re better off being alone.
  • Know when to walk away.
  • You can gauge a person’s love for you by how they treat you when they are upset with you.
  • Love is a verb, not a noun.
  • When a lightbulb goes out, you fix the lightbulb. You don’t get a new house.
  • Don’t settle for someone who has zero regard for your feelings or wants just because you’ve been together a long time.
  • Just because you love each other does not mean that you’re good together long-term.
  • No relationship is perfect and there will be conflict. What matters is the desire to solve the problem.
  • Always fight the problem, not the other person. If you keep this in mind when arguing, you’ll be able to actually resolve the issue than be mad at each other.
  • Don’t look for a girl you want to treat like a princess, look for a girl you want to treat like a partner.
  • Don’t disparage your SO behind their back.
  • Confidence isn’t “I know she likes me”, confidence is “I’ll be okay whether she likes me or not.”
  • There are a number of people you can be compatible with. No one is perfect. You have to work at love.
  • You’re not required to set yourself on fire to keep other people warm.
  • Marry the one who gives you the same feeling you get when you see food coming at a restaurant.
  • The grass is not greener on the other side, it’s greener where you water it.
  • Stop trying to find the right person and start trying to BE the right person.
  • The person who cares least in the relationship has the most control.
  • Don’t fall in love with your waitress, hooker, or therapist.
  • It’s better to be happy than to be right.
  • Always be the first to genuinely apologize after a fight.
  • You can’t expect someone to love you when you can’t love yourself.
  • Just because you liked the friend-version of someone doesn’t mean you’ll like the relationship-version of them.
  • Before you move in with your partner, go on a road trip with them.
  • Don’t be afraid to open up and be vulnerable. Vulnerability can bring you closer together and strengthen the two of you.
  • When you and your SO are arguing, remember—it’s you and them VS the problem. Not you VS them.
  • Just because someone doesn’t love you the way you want them to doesn’t mean they don’t love you with all they have.
  • Don’t fall in love with someone’s potential.
  • It takes two happy individuals to make a happy relationship.
  • If the world didn’t give each other second chances, we would all be single.
  • Everyone is searching for the perfect person, but no one is trying to be the perfect person.
  • If you love the memories more than the relationship, it’s time to move on.
  • Just because a person is right or perfect for you, you may not be the right one for them.
  • If it’s broken, fix it. If you’ve lost count of how many times it’s broken, or the cost of repair far outweighs the initial outlay, throw it away and move on.
  • Out of all the things needed for a successful relationship, love barely makes the top 5. Honesty, loyalty, trust, and communication all have to be there.
  • Always hold hands when talking about the hard stuff. It helps to keep the negative emotions in check & shows you care.
  • Be the man or woman you would want your future or current child dating.
  • Love is about appreciation, not possession.
  • Don’t go to bed angry. Everything will be there and worse in the morning.
  • Always seduce your lover, even if you are in a committed relationship. Otherwise, another person will.
  • If she threatens to leave, help her pack her bags.
  • Keep no secrets, tell no lies.
  • Sometimes you gotta wise up and let go. Yes, it hurts. But it’ll hurt more in the future.
  • Relationships aren’t hard. If it is hard, you are probably with the wrong person.
  • Love is not a feeling. Feelings fade, change, respond to situations and events. Love is a choice.
  • If it feels wrong at the beginning, it probably won’t get better.
  • If you’re keeping score you already lost.
  • Love is an action, not a feeling. It’s learned and developed skill, not an experience. Not that the romantic feeling doesn’t exist or isn’t a wonderful part of the relationship, but it doesn’t make it last.
  • The best sign of a healthy relationship is no sign of it on Facebook.

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