People always try to put in their two cents worth when it comes to love and all its complexities. Everyone is an expert on something, love relationship not excluded. Ask anyone for love relationship advice and chances are they have something to contribute. Some, they claim, are based from their own experience; some brush it off as if it were just some form of trivial pursuit, while others treat it with much reverence like a secret recipe handed down to them from generations past.
And yet it has never occurred to most that the best love relationship advice can only come from within their own selves. People are unique, so unique that no two persons have the exact same DNA pattern. It goes without saying that no two persons have the exact same thought processes, the exact same experience, the exact same level of emotional maturity (or immaturity), or the exact same action-reaction mechanism. So a love relationship advice that works perfectly well for others, may not work for another. What one has to focus on is one’s own intentions, goals, ambitions, wants, and needs.
Start with this, why go into a relationship? What is the essence and the motivation for wanting to go into a relationship? Is the reason for going into a relationship to find a sex partner, or to find someone to come home to at the end of the day, or to find someone to have children with, to share one’s life with, to grow old with?
Whatever the reason, it is important that both are clear on their initial intentions for going into the relationship, what both are willing to give and get, what both set as their priorities, even what both hope to get from each other. Confusing and ironic as it may sound, human beings share the same need for love and affection but not at the same level of intensity. Some want more while others need less. Knowing the want and need levels of both from the very start can save a lot of headaches and heartaches.
So being upfront, sincere and honest in the initial stages of a relationship is important. Not to mention the necessity for constant communication. If something goes wrong along the way, the answer or the solution lies within the couple and only within them. They are the only ones who can answer the whys and the whats. The key is how to unlock the answer.