he coined phrase "no man is an island" clearly holds true to the existence of a human being. From friends, families to lovers, we all need someone to depend on and hold on to. Whether it involves family members, friends or a lover, we all need someone to make our lives meaningful and true enough; every person you meet in this world and in your lifetime will have an effect in your life, be it good or bad. Focusing on the romantic aspect of relationships, we will most definitely have our own fair share of romance and heartaches, of the joy of a first date to the sadness of a break up, of getting serious to getting married. Truth is, relationships are very unpredictable and can change its pace in the blink of an eye. Be it circumstances beyond our own control or our own conscious actions, everything we do and say can change the course of a relationship and this just does not apply to those romantically involved but to family and friends as well. It all comes down to one thing when it comes to relationship: to fulfill the need of companionship. We can never survive on our own and psychologically, we were born to interact and if we don't have that interaction, it can have adverse psychological effects. Family and friends are there, whether we want them to be or not and we can always rely on them to be there for us. But a lover can fulfill needs that they can't provide; the need to be loved and cared for, intimacy, the desire to be that right guy/girl. From the preparing for a first date to going on dates more often to getting serious to popping/answering the big question to getting married, it's all one big process when it comes to romance. The only twist in love stories is the sad ending or a break up. We never want to break up with our lover but if it's because of uncontrollable circumstances or controlled actions, we can never predict what's in store for our lover, but the beauty of it is that you get to live by the day and take every single moment that you're together with your partner and make it the happiest moment of your life, whether it's a simple romantic monthly anniversary dinner or a night out at the coffee shop. Our happiest and saddest moments happen when we are in love and that is what makes life worth living and the beauty of a romantic relationship is that we live and love by the day, making every single moment perfect for us and our lovers. It's an unpredictable course in our lives and it's a down trodden path to a lifetime of happiness and joy.
I don't consider myself as a relationships expert but I love to give insights and advices when it comes to dealing with matters of the heart. One of my most unfortunate experiences was when my girlfriend left me 3 days before our wedding and that was pretty painful. I did what it takes to get my ex back and I was successful and I got my ex back.