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Relationships will always be worth as much as the effort you’re willing to put into it.21
I love Relatiinships they can be so much fun learn from every single one. If I say I'm done with Relationships thwn what I'm saying is I'm giving up learning more truths about myself!!33
False. MOST relationships aren't worth it.175
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Eh... that depends on your perspective coach.
Personally I don't think they are: it's more of a headache trying to find someone nowadays, especially people looking for monogamous, long term relationships. You have to dig through a lot of crap to find a diamond... if you're lucky.
But if you're patient, persistent, a diehard romantic, one of those people that feel like they need a relationship to be happy, or lucky when it comes to dating? I guess for them a relationship is worth it.21
One with someone compatible is definitely worth it.20
Relationships are totally worth it if you find the right person or persons. You always have to remember that it is given take. Take it from a guy who's been in a relationship for 30 years and puts his girl on a pedestal even though there are some days I get frustrated with her. However, I do know that with out her I would have been lost many years ago. In addition, if you can have multiple relationships without jealousy then you always have someone you can turn to even when upset at the other person. Sometimes that person can help you work out the issues that you have what the person you're upset with. However, it is best to keep in mind the most time what made you upset also makes them upset. If you don't think a relationship is worth it then try and picture being in your sixties or seventies, alone, disabled and with no one to turn to or or tell you that they love you when you're at your lowest.20
A relationship is always worth it over a one night stand, if both people want it and put in the work. A relationship means you can have someone to snuggle up with at night, it means that you always have a best friend to do things with, it means that you can love and be loved. A lot of people who want a relationship though are having a hard time finding an appropriate person in a world where no one knows their own gender, their roles or what is ok. If they found the right person, my guess is, 100% they would choose relationship. It can just be very hard to find.61
We've just returned from a vacation with a few other young couples a day ago. It was pretty amazing and we had a blast.
From my experience:
1. Have a job
2. Be a bit old fashioned
3. Don't date feminists
4. Have at least half a brain
And it works.57
Relationships always worth it when they are based on the right values and built upon internal connections. A relationship worth it when there is true love. When there is spiritual internal connection beyond physicality. A true honest and innocent bond felt by the hearts not the bodies.
People rush relationships, force relationships, they pick relationships and build their relations based on sexuality, materialistic and superficial values. Those kind of relationships never worth it and rarely works. There is no surprise why so many relationships fails nowadays.
It definitely worth it when you do it the right way and not become victimized of your own impatience and mistakes.30
If you're a man, true. Better to be on the safe side. We are seeing a drop in birth rates, sexual activity, marriage and relationships. So yeah. Just follow the trend and stay out of relationships. Stick with the bro's instead of the hoe's.15
It depends on the ages of couples.
It depends on the depth of connection between 2 people.
It isn't related to time/year at all.
It relates to sincerity and intention of those people.
If both are clear they only want things casual, that'd be fine. (Not me)
If both agree to settle down, and build a family together, it's worthy. Especially, when there is a child.
If a man still wants to have more and more women, he doesn't deserve a relationship, as well as women.
Well, so being casual shouldn't be called a relationship then?0
I gave up long time ago and long have stopped looking as I find it completely pointless either way, thus in my case, it's true. Can't say the same for everyone else though.10
Every relationship is different. Some are not worth investing more than 15 minutes in and others are so amazing that a dozen lifetimes would never be enough. A large part of dating is sorting through the pieces of crystal before finding that rare diamond.0
TRUE I don't think so but I wish those that try well. The social fabric is torn and rotten while the individual is self-absorbed beyond compatibility. Personally, I simply no longer have interest in an LTR, marriage, or family. I am not even concerned about continuing this mutated species any further. I am so into my interests and career that I think those will keep me occupied to keep my mind out of the relationship gutter.10
Meh... I know a few happy couples. For me? What I want is asking too much I guess🤷🏾♀️ so I quit for now12
True. Too much drama, too much time and money waste, too many risks for no gain. Relationships have become an unhealthy, miserable waste of time and money.30
they are worth it if you're in it with the right person, who YOU generally care about (and vice versa) and would make compromises to love.
I've been in relationships where we are together so that we feel better about ourselves. If you're in it for yourself, instead of for the other person, you're in it for the wrong reason.0
In my opinion, people are lusting for intense endorphine kicks all the time, leaving them in a constant shift of ecstatic highs and depressing lows.
Within a deep relationship, your highs may not be as high, but the lows are certainly not as low, keeping yourself in a permanently satisfied situation and a happy life.0
It depends on one's definition of "dating" is. By most people's definition of the word, yes. Its a waste and full of drama and stress, I'm not lowering my standards but that means high mileage and their ability to truly bond when they are around my age has seriously diminished, and honestly I think my ability to bond has dropped as well.0
My relationship is really valuable to me. I do not know what the year got to do with it though.21
No experience with relationships myself, but from what I hear from people in relationships, a loving relationship can be the best part of their life. Something that makes it worth it to get up every day, something that makes them feel loved, happy, and boosts their image of themselves.
Naturally, once again from what I hear, there are significant risks involved and problems may arise, but apparently, a loving relationship can definitely be worth it for a lot of people.0
Im in a very happy and healthy relationship. So id say its false.10
False. Too many narcissistics nowadays believing they're too good to be in a relationship, because everyone else sucks.
A relationship with the right person is always worth it.10
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Relationships are worth it once people grow past the "have endless fun and hookup with strangers" phase. I've always been much more mature than my generation and it's been painfully lonely waiting for my generation to grow the fuck up.
I hear ya, sir
That's why I kind of agree with JLO when she said "Men under 33 are useless." It's because they still enjoy exploring the world and not want to settle down.
Hmmm... I think I came up with a new question.
Your generation won't grow the fuck up.
@el_Te_de_la_Rosa It's not being useless, it's calling having a life.