For me, successful relationships, married or not married couples are the ones who always always always give. These people don’t expect anything in return. They do their role and give. If both parties are doing the same, then the relationship is definitely perfect. #opinyonkolangnaman
I’m no expert but I guess it doesn’t take someone who mastered these things to voice out what they actually see. When we do something for our significant other, we should not expect anything in return. We do it because we want them to be happy, because we’re at our happiest when we see them happy. #ihopeiammakingsense
Of course, this should go both ways. That’s what we have in mind. But to be honest, people always think that in relationships everything has to be even which will never really happen. There will always be that one person who will give more than the other. Maybe we should look deeper. We should know who our partner really is. How they express themselves, how they show love in a different manner. People are different. Everyone shows their love in different ways. We might be too judgmental or just thinking how martyr we are if we always look at ourselves as “the one” who is always giving. They may have a different way contributing. #medyomagulona
Maybe a relationship doesn’t have to be equal. it’s a matter of completing each other. Like what the song Perfect Two says:
You can be the peanut butter to my jelly
You can be the butterflies I feel in my belly
You can be the captain and I can be your first mate
You can be the chills that I feel on our first date.
You can be the hero and I can be your side kick
You can be the tear that I cry if we ever split
You can be the rain from the cloud when it’s stormin’
Or you can be the sun when it shines in the mornin’.
Someone whose puzzle pieces fit into yours, not someone whose pieces overlap on top of yours.
It may be challenging but that’s what love really is, we put another person’s interests ahead of our own. #ihopeimadesense