Common Myths About Love And Relationship

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Falling in love and being in a relationship seems miraculous and amazing. You feel like you are on top of this world. Long drives, holding hands, candlelight dinners and sharing every minute of your life seems so romantic, and one dies to fall in love over and over again. From outside everything looks so perfect, but nobody knows what is going on inside. Thanks to romantic novels and our media who make us fantasize and show us such fabricated stories that we do not want to give it a second thought.

People start believing that relationship only takes love to begin, flourish and to sustain a lifetime. However, the picture it shows is something different. Relationships demand understanding, compromises, sacrifices, forgiveness, tolerance, preferences, temperament, patience, adjustments and much more.

What I suppose is that everyone should hear about the relationship myths before falling too deep and setting up the expectations very high. Let us consider the following a few myths to get a real picture:

Relationship between the similar personalities is the best

Many people around the world hold this myth that two people having similar personalities or the mindsets are attracted to each other and are forced to have a relationship. However, same figures and thinking do not seem always to work out together.

Moreover, no two persons in the world are the same. This is just like negating the concept of individuality. Two individuals must differ in one way or the other. They may have a similar liking for the food, but their choices may vary related to music or cars. They may hold different ideas regarding politics.

Passion will never fade away if you are head over heels in love with each other

Again I would blame the movies and the novels that try to show us that the love and passion never fade away. The urge for each other remains the same. And if it fades then it is declared that the relationship is at high risk or perhaps it was not the right relationship.

What happens in every relationship, the couple obligations, and the status expands. They no more remain the same, and their energy levels also drop with the passage of time. But this does not mean that their relationship is at stake, and their passion is gone for good.

With little playful acts and communication, the intensity can be set back and boosted.

Having a baby will solve all the problems

It is one of the most popular myths that having a baby will make your every problem disappear. Although it is one of a complete experience, however, you should deal with your problems directly and do not wait for the baby to be born and suffers along with you two.

A new relationship is the perfect cure of the break-up

Another famous myth is that getting yourself involved in a new relationship as early as possible after the break up will heal your wounds. After analyzing various situations like these, it has been concluded that one should stay away from a new relationship for sometimes and get to know the reason for the breakup. Also, try to change the attitude that became the cause of the breakup.

If you start a new relationship immediately without bringing change in yourself, then most probably it will end up in another breakup. So a new relationship right after breaks up is not a good choice.

If you start a new relationship immediately without bringing change in yourself, then most probably it will end up in another breakup. So a new relationship right after breaks up is not a good choice.

 

 

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