This Is The Kind Of Relationship You Should Wait For

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Wait for the kind of relationship that makes you believe in love again. That makes you forget about your exes and all the other boys who have hurt you in the past. That makes you understand why people give love a second shot, even though they’ve been hurt so badly before.

Wait for the kind of relationship that makes you feel secure. The kind you know isn’t going to end, so whenever you have a fight, you aren’t worried about an impending break up. You know that your arguments are just bumps along the road and not the end of the line.

Wait for the kind of relationship that makes you want to brag — even though you used to hate the way your friends would go on and on about their boyfriends. But now, you can’t shut up about the birthday presents he bought you and you can’t stop yourself from posting pictures that you took together during your latest vacation.

Wait for the kind of relationship that makes you feel so comfortable that you don’t hold back from saying what’s on your mind or feel awkward when you trip or spill something on yourself. Where you’re never embarrassed and always at ease. 

Wait for the kind of relationship that feels right. That makes you realize you’re exactly where you need to be, which is why you don’t look at other boys and wonder what your life would be like if you were with them instead. You’re happy with the way that things turned out. You couldn’t imagine it any other way.

Wait for the kind of relationship that lifts you up instead of dragging you down. That reminds you that you’re beautiful, you’re talented, you’re valuable. That helps you see your worth.

Wait for the kind of relationship that makes you feel desirable, even when you’re dressed in pajamas, even when you’re covered in pimple cream, even when the number on the scale is higher than you want it to be.

Wait for the kind of relationship that makes you excited to get out of bed each morning and start the day. The kind of relationship that gives you extra incentive to do your best, because you want to make your person proud.

Wait for the kind of relationship that never feels like work — even when you have to do chores you don’t want to do or attend parties that you would rather not attend. Even when you’re doing something nice for your partner that you would never do otherwise.

Wait for the kind of relationship that you thought only existed in movies. Where you both treat each other with kindness and respect. Where you both put in an equal amount of effort. Where you both act like best friends. 

Wait for the kind of relationship that you believe will last forever — but if it doesn’t, that’s okay, because you won’t regret a second of time that you spent with them. You will never say dating them was a mistake. TC mark 

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