Little white lies add up. It’s always better to tell the truth because trust is hard to build but easy to break.
Don’t wait until big events to spoil your partner. Show them you love them every single day in little ways. The simplest gestures can matter the most.
You should love your partner – but you should also like your partner. You should be friends, too.
You shouldn’t be afraid to bring up your relationship complaints. If they’re the right person, you’ll overcome your problems. Your fears won’t chase them away.
You need to accept your partner exactly as they are. If they are happy with themselves, you can’t force them to change. And if they were the right person, you wouldn’t want them to.
Relationships require effort from both ends. If one of you stops trying, it doesn’t matter how much the other tries. You need to be on the same page in order for the relationship to work.
Remember, it’s not your responsibility to make everyone else happy. You need to worry about your own happiness. It’s not selfish to put yourself first.
If you want to find love, you need to let down your walls. You need to take a risk. Give this person a chance if you really believe they deserve you.
You can’t spend every waking moment with your person. You need to have your own lives. You need to trust them enough to give them space.
You shouldn’t have to convince them to love you. They should see your worth without you spelling out an explanation.
Their bad treatment of you says more about them than you. It doesn’t mean you’re unlovable. It means they don’t know how to love.
Forgiving them doesn’t mean you need to let them back into your life. If they’re wrong for you, you can always love them from afar.