You Should Be Comfortable Talking About Uncomfortable Things With Your Forever Person

You Should Be Comfortable Talking About Uncomfortable Things With Your Forever Person

You have to be honest with your forever person. You have to tell them how you feel, even when you’re worried your emotions might lead to an argument. You can’t hold yourself back out of fear of how your person might react when you speak your mind.

If you’re right for each other, there’s a better chance your relationship will fall apart if you don’t admit how you’re feeling, if you hide your opinions, if you pretend everything is fine in order to avoid confrontation.

When you find your forever person, you have to learn to become comfortable discussing uncomfortable topics.

Relationships aren’t always easy. They aren’t always fun and games. Even when you’re in the best relationship of your life, there are going to be rough patches. There are going to be disagreements. There are going to be times when you need to sit down and have conversations about something tough.

Your forever person isn’t going to run off when a problem occurs. They aren’t going to get scared away at the first signs of trouble. They’re going to be there for you. They’re going to compromise with you. They are going to act as your teammate, not your enemy.

It doesn’t matter how rough life gets when you’re with your forever person because they aren’t going to use your troubles as an excuse to leave you. They’re going to stick around to help you get through your worst moments. They’re going to hold your hand tight and brace the storm with you.

Even if your problem is with them, they are going to listen to what you have to say and learn from it. You shouldn’t bottle up your own feelings in order to avoid hurting your partner’s feelings. You should be able to talk to them about everything. Especially the things that impact your relationship.

You don’t want to hold yourself back from telling them something and end up having the problem snowball. You don’t want to grow to resent them, simply because you’ve been keeping your mouth shut about certain things that have been bothering you.

Stop biting your tongue because you’re worried you’re overreacting and your emotions aren’t valid. Stop biting your tongue because you’re worried your person is going to freak out when they find out how you’re really feeling. Stop biting your tongue because you’re worried your relationship isn’t going to be able to handle the truth.

If you’re perfect for each other, then you’ll get through this, just like you’ve gotten through everything else.

Even though, right now, it might seem like the easiest thing to do is pretend you’re perfectly fine, in the long-run keeping secrets is going to hurt you. It’s going to create distance between you and your person. It’s better to be honest with your person. Be transparent with your person. Be real with your person.

You should be comfortable talking about uncomfortable things with your forever person. You should be comfortable telling them everything, no holding back. Thought Catalog Logo Mark

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