I've heard stories of people staying in toxic relationships for way longer then they needed to. I've seen people stay together for years and yet they ended up breaking up and finding there "real true love" after only months of dating someone else. I've seen relationships last for so long that everyone expected them to get married soon, but yet they never really looked all that happy together or there wasn't a real spark of chemistry between them that you see in most happily married couples. And then after years of being in a relationship, it mutually ends and they never speak again or even shed a tear over separating from each other. Why does this happen? Do you not know how unhappy you are because you've just never experienced anything better? And then when you finally DO find better, there's no mistaking that THIS is what you've always wanted and that THIS is real true love and those old relationships were absolutely meaningless nothings? Please share your thoughts. And if you've eve had any similar experiences or have seen this happen, please tell me about it!!
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It's quality that's the main factor in a relationship. Though that being said people stay in bad relationships for many reasons: afraid of being alone or not finding anyone better, believing things will work out or get better, feeling like they have to stay because they've invested so much time and effort into the relationship, etc.1