Every heart-wrenching goodbye is followed by a heartwarming hello. They say that goodbye is only truly painful when you know you’ll never get to say hello again.
We have all experienced those voices in our head, those emotions and feelings that cover us in a shadow of darkness and manifest into our lives: they are known as our inner demons.
It truly is sad that society has placed so much importance on finding the love of your life and has come up with this sort of unwritten rule that being single equals having a lonely, bitter life.
So what we have gotten in a couple of car accidents? Or forgotten to pay this month’s rent? Or gotten a bit sloppy at the bar last night? We are emerging into adults and have a billion things on our minds.
We teach them how to sit, stay and fetch. But did you ever once take a moment to think that our furry friends are in fact the ones who teach us?
On screen, they may have seemed to be the most perfect couples who could conquer all and forever live happily ever after. But upon closer examination (and a bit of over-analysis), it is pretty safe to say that our most favorite Disney relationships were in fact doomed from the very beginning.
You will learn each other’s habits. Co-habituating with someone is a great time to learn the habits of your partner. From the moment you wake up, to the time you go back to bed, you will be doing everything together.
Focusing on a “fantasy future.” It always starts off so perfect; the first couple of dates go smoothly and you just can’t help but get excited for the future possibilities this new guy has to offer. We begin to think of where this relationship might go and we create a whole fantasy future.