There is no handbook to teach uswhat is right or wrong in a relationship, but there is being honest with yourself about what you want and need, and being honest with the person you’re in a relationship with.
Too many times we meet someone, and we stay on our best behavior. We go into the relationship continuing to stay on our best behavior afraid of letting the other person see who we really are. The thing is you are not only lying to the other person about who you are, but we are lying to yourself. You are not only denying yourself an opportunity to be happy, but worst you are denying the other person the opportunity of knowing how amazing you are.
A relationship is between two people and you cannot expect your relationship to be like someone else’s relationship, nor can you or should you expect it to be like a relationship that you’ve had before. No one can tell you what is right or wrong for you and your relationship, and listening to others tell you what you should and should not do is sometimes the biggest mistake people make in regards to their relationship. Only you know what will work for you and your partner.
A relationship must have honesty, communication, and respect. If you cannot be honest with yourself about yourself, and honest with your partner about who you are, what you need, and what you want, then you will never be able to have a relationship that makes you happy, but instead you will continue to be in search of a happy and loving relationship.
Are you on the road of deception in your relationship or are you on the road of honesty?
Love and blessings in divine order,
Song of the day: “Talk To Me” - Anita Baker