What is the Realistic Happy Ending? It’s about being with the person that you can’t imagine your life without.
We have all heard the story of Snow White and the Prince. We have all heard “that they lived happily ever after”. The thing is no one has ever told us what “Happily Ever after is. We all have our preconceived notions of what we think a relationship or marriage should be like, but the thing is that we never really know what our relationship is going to be like, and only we can write the story.
When you find fault with your own story because it’s not exactly like someone else’s or it not the way you think it should be then you are being unrealistic. The unrealistic “Happy Ending” is when your try to make your story exactly like someone else’s, and you beat yourself up mentally as well as your partner for not doing things the way that your parents did them or the way your other examples before you might have done them.
Every relationship is unique and should be treated as such. There is no true right way or wrong way, just the way that you and your partner decide your relationship is going to be. It’s not about how someone tells you your life or relationship should be, but about the path you and your partner decide to walk down together. It’s more than possible to have a beautiful and loving relationship, but you have to start with knowing yourself, and doing your best to know your partner, and not trying to live you life the same way someone else lived theirs. Instead you have to create your own happy journey.
Communication is the key, and with good communication you can write your own fairytale.
Are you living your realistic happy ending?
Love and blessings in divine order,
Song of the day: “Fairy Tales” - Anita Baker