I have been doing a lot of thinking about this. The entire idea of a "relationship" seems flawed to me. I mean, two people meet. Things hopefully start off great and a friendship is made. Both of these people move in together and try to generate a routine which is managable and makes them happy. Eventually what they create ends up becoming the enemy. Routine. It is exactly that. Most people become board of routine (depending on the person for length of time) and that leads to the desire to cheat, or find someone new (or both). Little habits that one partner does adds up and used against them to make the cheater feel better about what they have done or still doing. I told my wife almost everyday how beautiful she was(and meant it) and her response was "oh you have to say things like that! We are married! " A stranger walking by saying she was hot meant more to her than her own husband saying it because he didnt have to say anything. My point is, the relationship itself becomes the enemy. It just seems like it is an unrealistic request.
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