YOU AND I(OUR BUBBLE)

Hello. November came with lots of emotions. Lots and lots of it. I’ve had the best two weeks of my life though but I am super ecstatic for December.

Today’s episode is quite simple to ingest and ponder upon. Obviously, it is relatable.

COMMITMENT.

I think the above word is slowly fading away and starting to go into extinct. Our generation no longer finds the above word pleasurable and dignifying. We all know that for a long term relationship to be sustainable, both partners have to make a pledge to be committed to each other.

Commitment means staying devoted to ones words or promises without any urge to break it. Commitment comes with a pledge to sticking with each other through thick or thin. Weathering the storm. You and your partner have made a bubble for yourselves and in other for that bubble to stay afloat, the both of you become the support system. That means, committing to keeping the bubble afloat.

HOW DO WE COMMIT TO A RELATIONSHIP?

Easy Pizzy! Stay loyal and respectful. Just stay loyal and respectful. There is a lot of dignity that comes with being loyal and respectful to your partner. Cheating broods disrespect and disloyalty. Not a single sane person would want to hurt the ones they claim they love. I think this needs to be on full blast. Cheating is “injurable” to mental health!

Be honest about your past and truthful about your vision of your future. Share your feelings, share your thoughts, and share your very presence with your mate. Do everything in your power to not let lies or half-truths destroy the trust and commitment between you.

Only when you feel respect and appreciation for your partner can you genuinely express it. Kind communication, praise and commendation will help you convey your gratitude for your mate. Being supportive of their feelings and encouraging them will help them feel like they can always turn to you for advice and comfort. Take time to truly listen to your partner. Don’t shy away from sharing your own emotions as well. Be gentle, use gracious words, and really try to understand your partner on a deeper level. Expressing your personal interest in them will show the depth of your commitment.

Remaining sensible and supportive is the best way to express commitment during hard times. If you truly love your partner, these points should pretty much feel like logical and natural steps. The choice is yours to take them.

Love, Koco💕

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