Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Every relationship is a two-way traffic

Previously i posted and written on, ''What are you going to do about it.'' I liken a relationship to be like two way traffic. When friends first met, usually there would be a intro, getting to know each other better. But as time goes by, surely conflicts, arguments might surface. But really, what is the rationale of all these arguments, conflicts? To me, it's about giving space and time to talk it out. Bad things won't just pack up and leave. For the good to take place, BOTH parties have to make the effort to recover from the broken relationship.

Take time to sit down, breath, and think about the whole thing without blaming or condemning yourself or others.

''If you fail to plan, you plan to fail'' A famous quote. I know it's always easier said than done, but hey, you gotta at least think the next course of action. Think about what you can do to restore the broken relationship.

Notice I said, ''LET'S DO IT.'' To clap, you need two hands. Likewise, to be the best of friends. Meet up, have coffee, catch the latest movie, have dinner, and take a stroll around the park. Often it is these little efforts or moments that makes the most. So be quick and eager to restore the broken relationship that once meant so much, and have standing in your life.

It's not going to be easy, but life would be so much better, easier to live as least with a friend whether guy or girl.

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