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I would say about two years, but if you have anything to say go ahead
In terms of premarital relationships:A relationship will only last if there is commitment on both ends. On my end I would visualize my future with this person. If I feel good about it, I'm committed.For the other half, I would judge her level of commitment by her behavior. Serious red flags are excess drama, or entertaining advances from other potential partners. If these 2 things are absent, I would consider her committed. I think we get blindsided when the obvious red flags aren't there and the relationship still ends. If, I were to place myself in my ex-girlfriends shoes, there were few signs she wasn't addressing with me. Early on, I had expressed doubt, because I didn't feel a strong connection. We continued to spend time together and she once asked me if I still felt "something was missing". You could say I lied, or you could say that I decided to be optimistic in that moment and not compare my current relationship to past experiences. I don't think my behavior was very telling, but I know I said things, specifically about eye contact. We didn't share a lot of eye contact and I felt like that was a barrier for me. We never really addressed that. So, in summary, the signs are:1. No excess drama2. No entertaining third-party advances3. No expression of doubt4. Stellar communication5. Shared vision of the future
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"a relationship will only last if there is commitment on both ends"--that is so true
I agree with that though i struggle to communicate my feelings sometimes but me and my girlfriend have had it rough at times we also got through it.
Sometimes it matters but not always. Asexual people also have long lasting relationships.
That made sense