I’m Not Asking For A Perfect Relationship. I Just Want You To Try As Hard As I Do

 “Let’s not forget it’s you and me versus the problem… NOT you versus me.”

– Steve Maraboli

For me, the perfect relationship doesn’t necessarily need lots of gift-giving, candlelit dinners, and flowers. 

I believe a relationship is the fusion of two hearts who are willing to work together for a common future.

I want us to share each other’s deepest secrets and desires. I want us to feel at ease around one another and wholeheartedly enjoy our time together.

I want us to trust each other. I want true love in every sense of the word.

I don’t want to be worried about whether you will leave me at some point. I want to feel secure with you.

I believe love should never be a mediocre thing. It should be unique and magical for each person who gets to taste its fruits. If we are to make it work, I want us to give it everything we have. I want a solid foundation that is able to withstand all the storms long-lasting relationships are bound to face.

I want us to be friends as much as we are lovers.

But I don’t want to be the only one who makes an effort. Because relationships require teamwork and partners should fight for keeping the fire burning with all they have. And with enough effort and determination, we can iron out our differences to make the relationship as smooth and beautiful as it can be.

I know that it won’t be easy, but if we are both willing to give it 100%, we can make it work.

We can talk and make compromises. We can work to make things right when we make a mistake. And we can forgive each other for our imperfections because our love should be stronger than any problem that comes our way.

And no matter what the future may hold for us, I will always be by your side, supporting you in light as well as darkness.

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