Love takes a lot of persistence – You can’t just leave when things get difficult


Love must have a sweet and sweet flavor. Not a bitter, rotten taste.

It should make your life beautiful. It should help you experience things that you have never felt before. Reach heights you never even knew existed. Fall into a divine feeling of ecstasy.

Love must bring out the best in you, help you grow. It should motivate you to open up and begin to see the world through the eyes of your heart.

But love also requires effort. It requires a lot of sacrifices.

Good relationships are not built overnight.

When you love someone, you fight with all your being to protect what you have. We tolerate things that we don’t personally like. We accept compromises for the good of the relationship. We embrace change because it is the only way to move forward.

We don’t go away every time there is a bit of drama . You can’t pretend to love someone and then run away every time you have a little argument. It does not work like that.

Either you are there, in every sense of the word, holding hands and walking fearlessly during the storm, or you are not attached at all.

I’m sorry, but love will never be just a pink sky, warm hugs, carefree mornings and sweet nights. There will be pain, sadness, anger, tears, drama, argument. And if we really love the person next to us, we do everything to get through these difficult times.

Because when you really love someone, you don’t give up at the first sign of a problem. We don’t throw everything away for a stupid disagreement. We don’t let her relationship fall apart because of a silly argument.

When you really love someone, you sit down and talk until everything is settled . We fight, we cry, we cry, but we never give up. We give him a chance to explain himself. We share his opinions. A compromise is suggested. We think of everything we can do to improve the relationship. We talk until the sun rises and the night falls again.

But whatever happens, you don’t give up without fighting.

Not if we really care about him or her.

Because when you love someone, and I mean really loving him from the bottom of his heart, we stay with him. We don’t just show up when it’s convenient. We do not hold his hand when he or she is doing well and we do not give up when he or she is at its worst. We don’t disappear when he or she needs us. You don’t reappear when you need it.

When you really love someone, you don’t let them live alone. Whether it’s pain or happiness, we are always there to hold her hand and let her know that everything will be fine. We don’t let him suffer alone. We’re in the same boat.

Because when we really love someone, we believe that whatever happens, as long as we stick together and hold hands, we can survive it.