Hey love so welcome back to Joi‘s journey a perception! I am back with part two on common questions about relationships! Again I am no expert so take this advice with a grain of salt. But let’s jump into it!
“A woman laughing is a woman conquered.”
What are the things to be considered before starting a relationship?
- Do I have money to be dating?
- Do I know who I am?
- Am I aware of what I want in life?
- Will I be okay if things don’t workout?
- Have I genuinly gotten to know this person?
- Do are values and morals match up?
How does one get over a bad relationship?
I just so happened to have talked about this on Thoughtbase! Listen Below:
What were some “red flags” you ignored at the initial stages of an eventual failed, romantic relationship?
In retrospect, I wouldn’t say any of my ex-lovers were bad people. Nevertheless, I feel that if I had paid true attention to the red flags they were displaying, I may have waited to go with them. One of the red flags I overlooked was that he had no idea who he was or what he wanted. As a result, he was sarcastic and hostile towards me. It was some sort of jealousy and his ego was being bruised. So with him not knowing who he was and with me so far ahead on that journey, it kind of made the relationship not balanced.
The First Part
These questions are asked often by those dating.
Check Out Part One
Take all the notes and apply these to your life.
Be candid about your feelings—the good and the bad.
What, in your opinion, is an ideal/perfect relationship?
A perfect relationship will never exist! Every relationship has its ups and downs. My ideal perfect relationship, on the other hand, is with someone with whom I am at ease. Someone who makes me feel safe and is easy to communicate with. I’m not nervous when I’m around them. It’s as though they’re a part of my family. And I hope to be able to do the same for them. We’ve gone on adventures together and taken this life journey together. For me, such a relationship would be great.
Last Question: Why do people give up so easily on relationships nowadays? Are we becoming more and more selfish?
I honestly think believe that having too many options plays a role in this. So many people are accessible due to social media. People enjoy the honeymoon stage because it’s so easy… They end things and go begin with a new person. On the other hand, it’s because more people know they’re worth and are quick to leave if they aren’t being treated right.