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Wooo, I'm back and doing another post about proper shit? I know, never saw this much activity coming! Anyways, I thought I'd talk a little about relationships since I see so many "relationships" nowadays on this platform. Also, yes, I did just put relationships in quotation marks but we'll address that a little later.
The definition of a relationship is defined as being "An intimate relationship is an interpersonal relationship that involves physical or emotional intimacy". Often these relationships develop until you care for that person in much more of a regard than most other people that you have formed a connection with. However, on this platform in particular, most people (and I know a lot of people are young on this platform) don't seem to really get that.
I've seen people going from one person to another, not going to mention names by the way, whilst telling each person that they're in love with them and that they want to be with them forever and that person is convinced and then a few months when that person is convinced the person loves them and the person that is convinced goes through some shit, the people bail and it's just wrong.
One, if you tell someone you love them, mean it. Love isn't a word that should be thrown around, think about it. Are you committed to that person? Are they literally someone that could put a smile on your face no matter what? Are they someone you trust and see a future with? If you answer no to any of those questions, then you can't really love someone in an intimate relationship sense of the word.
Two, if you do love someone then if they're in a bad spot or need some support. You stay and give that support. For example, say you've been dating someone that you love for 7 months and they've felt extremely down in the dumps and really need some love and support they're not responding to "cheer up" or "don't you worry we'll sort this". If you think they're being awkward and that it's a waste of your time, then you're not in love.
Love is more than a word. It's an action. Love is surprising your significant other with compliments and other non monetary value sentiments, it's also caring about their well being, making sure they had a good day, perhaps staying up late or waking up early if they need you the most because they're scared, down and alone, being able to keep their secrets and tell them yours.
Love is not easy. Love is not how it's told in any fairy tale, as in a woman will fall for you and that you might have a spat but then it's happy ever after or prince charming will rock up. No, love isn't poetic. It's hard, it's a challenge, it takes everything to keep that spark alive. If you stay by the person's side that you've told that you love, and struggle for your love as it means that much to you. Then that is love, not this word that I see thrown around by 15 year old fuck boys that have a new girl that is fresh for them to "love" and then leave. And that is why I put "relationship" in quotations.
The world is on a spectrum. It can be beautiful, it can be ugly. It's mostly ugly, but it can be beautiful such is love if you fight for it.